Emergency Appeals

This mid-year progress report covers the period 1 January through 30 June 2017 and is intended to provide an update on results achieved under the full range of indicators included in the 2017 Emergency Appeal for the occupied Palestinian territory.
The number of Palestinian refugees from Syria (PRS) recorded in Jordan as of June 2017 was 17,359, a 3 per cent increase compared to December 2016. The percentage of PRS residing in Jordan assessed to be vulnerable or extremely vulnerable has increased from 87 per cent to...
Despite various constraints and operational challenges, most often resulting from violent clashes and protests in Palestine refugee camps, UNRWA continued to deliver quality, equitable and inclusive education services to all Palestine Refugees from Syria (PRS) children (5,...
Due to the scale of damage and destruction resulting from the 2014 conflict, UNRWA continued to allocate resources for Transitional Shelter Cash Assistance (TSCA) and shelter repairs during the first half of 2017. In total, 4,492 families received TSCA and 2,935 received...
During the first half of 2017, with Emergency Appeal funding, UNRWA provided food vouchers to 7,694 food insecure refugee families in the West Bank and food parcels to 35,749 vulnerable Bedouin and herders. Further support was provided through the short-term Cash-for-Work...