The protracted humanitarian crisis continues to have a significant impact on the psychosocial well-being of children and families. Crucial mental health and psychosocial activities are embedded within existing UNRWA education and health services. In line with this approach, UNRWA provides individual and group mental health and psychosocial services (MHPSS) support to vulnerable adults, primarily women and survivors of GBV, as well as children in UNRWA schools through a network of school counsellors and health professionals to increase their coping capacity, resilience and wellbeing. Depending on the case at hand, support is tailored to also include legal advice. Read about the partnership between UNRWA and UNICEF to create a space where children can safely play in Gaza by “Keeping Kids Cool”.