Over 119,000 girls and boys went back to learning in the classes of UNRWA in Jordan yesterday for the second semester. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, UNRWA schools are opening their doors to students in line with the health and safety regulations of the Government of...
The Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) has contributed US$ 1,252,800 towards the UNRWA Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)programme. This very generous donation is part of a US$ 20.7 million agreement with QFFD signed in December 2019.
The Saudi Ambassador to Jordan, His Excellency Mr. Naif bin Bandar al-Sidairi, and the Director of UNRWA Affairs in Jordan, Ms. Marta Lorenzo, yesterday inaugurated the newly constructed Saudi-funded UNRWA health center in Aqaba city in Jordan
Palestine refugees in the Gaza Strip who rely on health services from t UNRWA will soon benefit from much-needed medical equipment thanks to a generous contribution from the International Islamic Charity Organization (IICO).