In 2021, considerable challenges presented by COVID-19 across all fields of UNRWA operation, hostilities in Gaza, the ongoing conflict in Syria and the economic crisis in Lebanon. The UNRWA Health Programme continued to...
Lebanon is currently facing an unprecedented economic and financial crisis characterized by the World Bank as a “deliberate depression” and considered one of the most severe crises since the mid-nineteenth century. Since October 2019, the Lebanese Pound (LBP) lost more than 90 per cent of its...
Under strategic priority one in 2022, UNRWA will continue to provide emergency assistance to Palestine refugees in Syria and PRS in Lebanon and Jordan, as well as other extremely vulnerable Palestine refugees in the three fields of operation.
UNRWA Gender Equality Strategy (GES) 2016-2021 is grounded in the Agency’s Gender Equality Policy (2007), builds on the first Gender Mainstreaming Strategy 2008- 2015 and is aligned with, and contributes to, the goals of the UNRWA Medium TermStrategy (MTS) 2016-2021 given the cross-cutting...
The present report, the eleventh since the designation of an Ethics Officer in UNRWA in January 2008 and the tenth since the establishment of the UNRWA Ethics Office in September 2009, is submitted pursuant to UN Secretary-General Bulletin ST/SGB/2007/11 and the...
Managed by the Department of Internal Oversight Services, this evaluation was conducted by Itad Limited. It served a dual purpose of learning and accountability, and results came at a valuable time to support UNRWA in decision making and planning for the successor...
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