yarmouk

Children receive UNRWA medical assistance, Beit Saham, 25 April, 2015 ©UNRWA
25 April 2015
UNRWA successfully continued humanitarian response operations today, providing 20,000 litres of drinking water to displaced civilians and host communities in Beit Saham.
Emergency Reports
Yarmouk Situation Report, issue 20
23 April 2015
UNRWA continues to seek secure and unhindered access to Yarmouk itself and stands ready to expand the response in the case of further displacement from the area
Emergency Reports
Children collect safe drinking water from UNRWA, Yalda, 21 April, 2015 © 2015 UNRWA Photo
22 April 2015
UNRWA successfully continued humanitarian response operations today, providing 20,000 litres of drinking water to displaced civilians and host communities in Yalda
Emergency Reports
Destruction on the route to Beit Saham, 19 April, 2015 © 2015 UNRWA Photo
20 April 2015
UNRWA successfully expanded its humanitarian response operations today, distributing humanitarian assistance to displaced civilians and host communities in Beit Saham for the first time. 988 food parcels, 1,200 bags of bread and other humanitarian items were provided.
Emergency Reports
A mother and infant leave the UNRWA distribution area in Babila, 18 April, 2015 © 2015 UNRWA Photo
18 April 2015
UNRWA continued to its humanitarian response to the Yarmouk crisis today, distributing humanitarian assistance to displaced civilians and host communities in Babila for the first time
Emergency Reports
On 11 to 12 April, UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl undertook an emergency mission to Syria. During his visit, Mr. Krähenbühl heard the personal stories of the civilians displaced from Yarmouk. Tiny Jihad Ya'qoub was born on 30 March 2015; he and his mother have received a baby kit and other essential household items from UNRWA. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
17 April 2015
UNRWA is seeking an immediate injection of US$ 30 million to provide life-sustaining assistance to the 18,000 civilians from Yarmouk, including 3,500 children, and those affected by conflict and displacement in other areas, during an initial 90 day rapid response.
Press Releases
Civilians receive UNRWA assistance in Yalda, 16 April, 2015 ©UNRWA
16 April 2015
UNRWA continues to seek secure and unhindered access to Yarmouk itself and stands ready to expand the response in the case of further displacement from the area
Emergency Reports
Men and boys queue to receive assistance at the distribution area in Yalda, 15 April, 2015 ©UNRWA
15 April 2015
UNRWA continued to its humanitarian response to the Yarmouk crisis today, with a third distribution mission to Yalda providing humanitarian assistance to 1,000 families affected by the crisis.
Emergency Reports