Emergency Reports

16 May 2020
COVID-19 HIGHLIGHTS 1,840 university students. To ensure the continuation of students’ access to quality, inclusive and equitable education, the longstanding UNRWA Education in Emergency (EiE) programme has been reconceptualised in order to better respond to the challenging...
11 May 2020
COVID-19 HIGHLIGHTS • The UNRWA Health Department is leading on the Agency’s COVID-19 response and issues a one-page daily sitrep with the latest epidemiological figures . • All 709 UNRWA schools, eight vocational/educational training centres (VTC) and two ESF (Education...
06 May 2020
covid-19 highlights The UNRWA Health Department is leading on the Agency’s COVID-19 response and issues a daily UNRWA COVID-19 email newsletter with the latest epidemiological figures and highlights from the fields’ health programmes activities. UNRWA programmes in support...
28 July 2018
“I had to drop out from school when I was eleven years old to work and support my family, because my elder brothers work was not enough for our eight-member family, I met one of the area social work supervisors outside the distribution centre, he asked about my family...
16 July 2018
UNRWA has succeeded in maintaining its operations across five fields and in reducing the initial budget shortfall of US$ 446 million by US$ 238 million, bringing the total remaining shortfall to US$ 217 million