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12 April 2011
Medical doctor Ghada Al-Jadba is one of the three Palestine refugee women working for UNRWA and living in Gaza who came to Brussels two weeks ago to help us understand what daily life is like in Gaza.
06 April 2011
A delegation of the European Union (EU), comprising the head of the EU delegation to Lebanon, Ambassador Angelina Eichhorst, and seven ambassadors of EU Member States visited Nahr el-Bared camp.
21 March 2011
EU Representative to the occupied Palestinian territory Christian Berger and UNRWA Commissioner-General Filippo Grandi today signed an agreement between the EU and UNRWA worth EUR 40million, during a special visit to the West Bank village of Al Walaja.
13 March 2011
Today, the First Lady of Syria joined UNRWA, the UN agency for Palestine refugees, to celebrate the success of a youth development, vocational education and employment project supporting young people in their transition from school to work.
01 March 2011
This is the second part of a two-part photo-essay depicting the life of Palestine refugees in Lebanon’s refugee camps. The photographs in this essay are all from the temporary shelters in the areas adjacent to Nahr el-Bared camp and were taken in late September 2010.
21 February 2011
The AUB Green Field was the scene of a first match of its kind between Palestinian and Lebanese (American University of Beirut) rugby teams.
15 February 2011
Barbara Shenstone, the director of UNRWA operations in the West Bank, joined workers from UNRWA’s job creation programme (JCP) in planting olive trees on land in the West Bank village of Burin threatened with confiscation.
10 February 2011
Take a look into the lives of ordinary people in Lebanon’s crowded refugee camps and read photographer Isabel de la Cruz’s reflections on her journey through the camps.
13 January 2011
Many refugee families in Gaza suffer from extreme poverty, badly affecting parents and their children. UNRWA’s social safety-net programme responds to the needs of these most vulnerable refugees.
15 December 2010
This summer, UNRWA, in collaboration with the American University of Beirut, conducted a socio-economic survey of Palestine refugee households. The European Union-funded project describes the living conditions and welfare status of Palestine refugees in Lebanon.