Features

25 October 2019
“When I saw the fire raging and devouring everything its way in the green but parched mountains of Lebanon - my second country - I, like many others in the Palestine refugee camps, could not sit back and look on,”
24 October 2019
“I’m very happy that UNRWA schools opened on time this year. If they hadn’t, I wouldn’t have been able to register in a private school and I would be on the street,”
23 October 2019
Ro’a recalls that a short story entitled "Bulbul," was her first attempt at writing, which she describes as amatuer. The library of the UNRWA Dheisheh Girls’ School 1, near Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank, was where Ro’a Sheesh first began her love for reading and...
22 October 2019
Families, parents, friends and staff cheered as some 280 United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) Damascus Training Centre (DTC) students graduated from their vocational training programmes on 12 October 2019
14 October 2019
Wijdan Haroun from al-Amari camp in the West Bank did not expect to become a professional photographer and videographer; nor did she expect to end up training other young Palestine refugee women in the art of photography and share her passion