Approximately 50 young artists from Gaza attempted to paint the longest mural in Palestine at the UNRWA Gaza Field Office on 9 September 2015. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Tamer Hamam
02 October 2015
Approximately 50 young talented artists from Gaza painted a 100-metre-long mural under the theme of ‘youth civic engagement’ on the northern wall of the UNRWA compound in Gaza City. The mural, which is painted on a canvas hung on the wall, attempts to break a new record as the longest mural in Palestine
Samples of heating systems based on solar energy produced by students from the UNRWA Gaza Training Centre, August 2015. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Tamer Hamam
23 September 2015
Four 16- to 18-year-old refugee students from the UNRWA Gaza Training Centre (GTC) have successfully developed three different samples of solar heating units that will soon provide affordable, safe and environmentally friendly heating solutions for internally displaced Palestinian (IDP) families still living in...
Anmeh and her children at the child-friendly space in Damascus Training Centre. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
20 September 2015
The colourful playground in the UNRWA Damascus Training Centre (DTC) bursts with life as children laugh, run and play. The centre has become a collective shelter that houses around 1,200 of the most vulnerable Palestine refugees who have been displaced from their homes.
Rasha Abu Safieh, manager of the Gaza Gateway team, which played an important role in the development of the software for the Poverty Assessment System (PAS). © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Khalil Adwan
18 September 2015
Within the reform process for its Poverty Assessment System (PAS) in Gaza, UNRWA has developed tablet-based software that can be considered the next generation of survey technology worldwide
Women on a carnation farm in Rafah, employed through the UNRWA Job Creation Programme, bundle flowers destined for the local Gaza market. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Khalil Adwan
10 September 2015
In a big wide tent on a carnation farm in Rafah, southern Gaza, around 15 women are sitting at a large table piled with purple, dark red and yellow-white flowers; quietly and with concentration, they bundle them into decorative bouquets, wrapped into shiny see-through plastic paper. The women, hired through the UNRWA...