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  • UNRWA engineers carrying out shelter damage assessments, Gaza. © 2021 UNRWA Photo by Mohamed Hinnawi

    Under strategic priority one, UNRWA will continue to provide emergency food and cash assistance to Palestine refugees in Gaza and the West Bank.

  • © 2021 UNRWA Photo by Maysoun Mustafa

    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...

  • The community-based organization (CBO) building in Yarmouk refugee camp, Damascus, is one of the priority buildings scheduled for UNRWA rehabilitation in 2022. © 2021 UNRWA Photo by Naoko Kawaguchi

    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.

  • An UNRWA student at the Rimal Preparatory Girls’ School “A” participate in a 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign event in the occupied West Bank. © 2019 UNRWA Photo by Ibrahim Abu Usheiba

    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...

  • UNRWA opens its doors for internally displaced persons (IDP’s) as collective shelters following a series of Israeli air attacks on the controlled Gaza Strip.The refugees changes the classrooms of UNRWA Salah al-Din School into living rooms. © 2021 UNRWA photo by Mohamed Hinnawi

    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...

  • A schoolgirl in Am’ari Elementary Girls’ School in the West Bank. © 2013 UNRWA Photo by Alaa Ghosheh

    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...

  • A nurse at the UNRWA Al-Nuzha Health Centre in Amman, Jordan explaining to a patient with a non-communicable disease (NCD) about how to use the newly released NCD smart phone application “Your health with UNRWA” and how it connects to her electronic health record in UNRWA e-Health system. © 2020 UNRWA Photo by George Awwad

    Managed by the Department of Internal Oversight Services, the evaluation was conducted by IOD PARC. Guided by standard evaluation criteria, the evaluation assessed the UNRWA Family Health Team Approach, a central pillar of a reform agenda of the health programme...