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UNRWA students stand with their school principals and Mr. Salem Dib, Chief of UNRWA education programme to receive an International School Award (ISA), in presence of Mr. David Knox, Country Director of the British Council in Lebanon. © 2018 UNRWA Photo by Cécile Massin
11 December 2018
Palestine refugees have been and continue to be among the most vulnerable populations in Lebanon
Elsie Abdallah adjusts the radio frequency as participants learn the phonetic alphabet © 2018 UNRWA Photo by Ahmad Abu Zeid.
10 December 2018
“Uniform – November – Romeo – Whisky – Alfa,” Elsie Abdallah calls into the small black radio in her hand. “What am I spelling?” she asks the group of 30 women gathered in Neirab camp, near Aleppo, Syria. The women try to figure it out, using the phonetic alphabet projected...
Gharam Ghazi found a stable job thanks to support she received at the Community Centre in Dera’a. © 2018 UNRWA
03 December 2018
I spent my childhood confined to bed, ill and depressed. When people visited us, I felt shy to meet them.
Khazneh and her family rely entirely on UNRWA services, Khan Dunoun camp, Damascus, Syria ©2018 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohmmad
29 November 2018
Um Qasem believes it is not just the years that have left their mark, but also her difficult living conditions and displacement.
An UNRWA mobile health clinic doctor takes examines a patient. © 2018 UNRWA photo by Fernande Van Tets
28 November 2018
Access to basic health care is one of the biggest challenges faced by displaced refugees and those in areas affected by the ongoing conflict in Syria