What We Do

UNRWA human development and humanitarian services encompass primary and vocational education, primary health care, relief and social services, infrastructure and camp improvement, microfinance and emergency response, including in situations of armed conflict.

Education
493,500
Students
Health
3.1M
Refugees Access Our Health Services
Relief & Social Services
301,015
Refugees Supported by Social Safety Net
Microfinance
359,961
Loans Awarded
Infrastructure & Camp Improvement
1.5M
Lives Impacted
Emergencies
460,000
Refugees Impacted by the Conflict in Syria

Our Priorities

We are committed to fostering the human development of Palestine refugees by helping them to:

  • Acquire knowledge and skills

  • Lead long and healthy lives

  • Achieve decent standards of living

  • Enjoy human rights to the fullest possible extent.

Read more on UNRWA's human development goals