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Thirty-one senior European politicians came in support of the United National Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) yesterday through a letter that reiterated the essential role that the Agency plays in a highly volatile region.
Today, the Government of Austria signed a multi-year agreement (MYA) for 2020-2022 amounting to a total of EUR 5.7 million with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). This MYA will support the UNRWA Health Programme in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). In addition, the parties signed a EUR 2 million agreement towards services under the Agency’s Syria Regional Crisis Emergency Appeal in 2020. The contribution from Austria for the UNRWA Health Programme will support the protection of Palestine refugees’ health and will reduce their...
UNRWA received a contribution of EUR 15 million from Germany through KfW Development Bank for education and health services in Jordan and Lebanon
The Government of Italy signed an agreement with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East worth EUR 1.79 million to support the Agency’s health programming.
Mr. Chair, Mr. Vice-Chair, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am truly pleased to join you for my first meeting with the distinguished members of the Advisory Commission. Let me start by thanking the Chair, Eng. Rafiq Khirfan - Director-General of Jordan’s Department of Palestinian Affairs - for his leadership over the last year. I would like to acknowledge with appreciation the important role as Vice-Chair of H.E Mr. Sultan Mohammed Al Shamsi, Assistant Minister for International Development Affairs of the United Arab Emirates. I look forward to working together under your upcoming...
The Government of Japan contributed US$ 289,319 to the UNRW in Jordan, to support the Agency’s response to COVID-19
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