Resources

  • Sara Yousef, a student at the UNRWA Deir El-Balah Elementary Co-Educational School, Gaza. © 2021 UNRWA Photo by Mohammed Hinnawi

    The evaluation was conducted by the Department of Internal Oversight Services Evaluation Division in collaboration with an external consultant. The evaluation was guided by the standard and internationally recognized criteria of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability to assess...

  • UNRWA is committed to providing quality, inclusive and equitable education in Syria promoting the use of COVID-19 preventive measures in all of its schools ©2020 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad.

    In 2021, through its Syria Regional Crisis Emergency Appeal (EA), UNRWA will continue to respond to the humanitarian needs of Palestine refugees in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. This includes those affected by the ongoing conflict in Syria and the wider humanitarian...

  • Palestine refugees, employed through the UNRWA Cash-for-Work programme, pack food items at the UNRWA Beach Distribution Centre in Gaza during the COVID-19 emergency. © 2020 UNRWA photo by Khalil Adwan

    This Emergency Appeal lays out the responses required in 2021 to mitigate the impact of the crisis on this vulnerable community addressing the most urgent needs caused by the occupation and COVID-19. To implement these responses effectively in the Gaza Strip and West Bank including East...

  • A social worker delivering medicine to the elderly in Gaza. © 2020 UNRWA photo

    UNRWA will join the United Nations system and will celebrate International Women’s Day under the theme “Women in Leadership: Achieving an Equal Future in a COVID-19 World.” Activities will be organized in UNRWA fields of operations to mark the day and highlight the work undertaken by Palestine...

  • UNRWA is committed to providing quality, inclusive and equitable education in Syria promoting the use of COVID-19 preventive measures in all of its schools. © 2020 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad

    Protracted displacement, deteriorating socio-economic conditions aggravated by the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, dire humanitarian needs and protection concerns continue to affect the lives of Palestine refugees in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.

  • Palestine refugees employed through the UNRWA Cash-for-Work programme pack food items at the Beach Distribution Centre in Gaza during the COVID-19 pandemic. © 2020 UNRWA Photo by Khalil Adwan

    Exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, the humanitarian situation in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) is critical and deteriorated sharply in 2020. It is causing deep insecurity amongst Palestine refugees across Gaza and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem. The UNRWA Emergency Appeal...

  • Palestine refugee adolescents sing and perform at the opening ceremony of a photo exhibition of Palestine refugees with disabilities at UNRWA Damascus Training Centre © 2020 UNRWA photo by Taghrid Mohammad

     Rapid Increase in Number of Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

      


    Since the beginning of the pandemic, 98 Palestine refugees (non-staff) have tested...