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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 here . All 709 UNRWA schools, eight vocational/educational training centres and two ESF (Education Science Faculties) remain closed (in line with Host Government decisions) affecting 533,342 school students, 8,270 VTC trainees and 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...
Palestine refugees are particularly vulnerable to displacement. They are also disproportionately affected by demolition orders which are issued by the Israeli authorities who restrict significantly house construction in most of the Palestinian neighborhoods in East Jerusalem.
The students of UNRWA Hebron H2 Boys’ School have the same expectations to learn in a safe and secure school environment as any student elsewhere in the world. However, attending their local UNRWA school in the H2 area of Hebron, which remains under Israeli security control, raises challenges unlike anywhere else.
UNRWA education programme launched a rapid response distance learning plan, the “Education Cannot Wait” initiative for Palestine refugee students in the Agency’s 169 schools
Amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic which has disrupted education systems worldwide, the international non-governmental organization Muslim World League (MWL) contributed US$ 1 million UNRWA toward protecting critical vocational training programmes for young Palestine refugees in Jordan.
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