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12 July 2011
UNRWA Deputy Commissioner-General Margot Ellis opened a photo exhibition entitled “What you don’t know about my life” at Zara Centre in Amman on Sunday, in the presence of the Ambassador and head of delegation of the European Union to Jordan.
30 June 2011
Keeping their feet firmly on the ground, Gaza’s children stormed into the Guinness Book of World Records for the third year straight today, as they broke the record for the world’s biggest parachute game.
23 June 2011
Members of the United Nations Communications Group and other UN officials in Lebanon today visited the Burj Barajneh Palestinian refugee camp to look into their social and economic conditions.
20 June 2011
A 25-year-old woman from Nahr el-Bared refugee camp in Lebanon has won UNRWA’s second annual World Refugee Day film.
30 May 2011
UNRWA inaugurated today a photo exhibition at UNESCO Palace in Beirut in the presence of representatives of the European Union, representative of the PLO in Lebanon Dr Abdallah Abdallah, as well as senior UNRWA officials.
25 May 2011
Vulnerable Palestinian refugees who have sought refuge in Syria from violence in Iraq will be able – as of today – to withdraw their monthly allowances under UNRWA’s cash assistance programme from automated teller machines (ATMs) under a new Agency initiative in its Syria...
21 May 2011
Today, UNRWA’s psycho-social community project culminated in an epic kite-flying event held in the village of Al Walaja. As part of the event, students from local UNRWA schools flew 300 kites and filled the sky above the village – which is threaten by the construction of...
10 May 2011
A group of Lebanese schoolchildren had a unique visit to Burj Barajneh refugee camp as part of UNRWA’s Dignity for All project, funded by the European Union through its humanitarian aid department ECHO.
05 May 2011
UNRWA today announced the results of its 2011 photo competition for young Palestinian refugees, in a ceremony in Ramallah to launch an exhibit that will travel to Lebanon, Gaza and Jordan.
03 May 2011
UNRWA has launched a mobile cinema project for Bedouin communities living in Area C, the 60 per cent of the West Bank under full Israeli control.