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Palestinians demonstrators gather in Khuza’a on the Gaza side of the border fence between Israel and the Gaza Strip during the Great March of Return demonstration on 6 April 2018. © 2018 Photo Courtesy of Mahmoud Bassam

Palestine refugees make up two-thirds of the population of Gaza of nearly 2 million people. Between 30 March 2018 and 15 March 2019, the Great March of Return demonstrations (GMR) resulted in the largest number of injured persons since the 2014 hostilities. Among the casualties of the first year...

Palestine refugee children stand in front of a destroyed building in Ein El Tal camp in Syria. © 2018 UNRWA Photo by Ahmad Abou Zeid
In 2019, UNRWA requires US$ 277 million for its humanitarian response to the Syria crisis. This response will be guided by the following three strategic priorities:
Strategic Priority 1: To preserve resilience through the provision of humanitarian assistance...
Occupied Palestinian Territory Emergency Appeal 2019Nada Al-Udaini attends class at the UNRWA Deir al Balah Elementary Girls School “A” in Gaza. © 2018 Photo by Hussein Jaber

The 2019 EA addresses the priority humanitarian needs of Palestine refugees in Gaza and the West Bank. It is guided by the following three strategic priorities:

Strategic Priority 1: Crisis-affecte Palestine refugee households facing acute shocks have...
Carlos Pérez Osorio, 2018.

The European Union  Madad project published the work of 10 Palestine refugee students aged 15-17! Check out 'A Journey Into the Lives of Palestine Refugees in Lebanon.

A refugee works with his disability. ©2018 UNRWA

Ensuring that Palestine refugees with disabilities are protected and can access services is an essential part of UNRWA’s mandate. The UN General Assembly “has repeatedly encouraged the Agency to work towards addressing the needs, rights and protection of persons with disabilities, in accordance...

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