Two weeks after children in Gaza achieved an astonishing double world record, a team of UNRWA students from the Strip have again made headlines at the Norway Cup, an international youth football tournament taking place in Oslo.
This week thousands of kids in Gaza romped into the Guinness Book of Records for the third time. Some seven thousand children simultaneously flew kites on a beach in northern Gaza, more than doubling the previous record they themselves set a year ago.
Ten top performing students in UNRWA’s human rights exams are heading for Norway on a visit funded by the Norwegian Government. They left Gaza accompanied by three teachers on 31 July and will return on 8 August.
Thousands of children in Gaza attending Summer Games organized by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) appear to have doubled their own world record for the number of kites flown simultaneously.
Fresh from their basketball record last week, this Thursday 29 July, thousands of children in Gaza attending UNRWA’s Summer Games will attempt to smash their own world record for the number of kites flown simultaneously.
Celebrity YouTube film maker Matt Harding, whose film “Where the Hell is Matt?” secured over 30 million internet hits, has made a flying visit to Gaza as a guest of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).