For the past 60 years, UNRWA has worked with its partners to support Palestine refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the occupied Palestinian territory. In this series, some of these individuals show just what this support means on a typical day in their life.
"Boiled potatoes and mjedara. That’s what we ate for iftar last night," says Adibeh Aisey Moustafa. "It is Ramadan, and this is all we ate." Adibeh is one of 32,000 Palestinian refugees in Syria registered as a special hardship case.
The European Commission has today announced a contribution of €13 million to support the Job Creation Programme of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), which will help to create more than 1,4 million work days for Gaza's unemployed.