Reports

post distribution monitoring report december 2021
Context The conflict in Syria entered the 11th year since its outbreak in 2011. The socio-economic situation of Palestine refugees has worsened as a result of the protracted conflict and additional difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This situation drove around...
Palestine refugee children wear face masks in all UNRWA schools. Majedo School, Beddawi camp, Lebanon. © 2021 UNRWA Photo
For the reporting period 1 january – 30 june 2021 Through this Emergency Appeal (EA), UNRWA continued to provide humanitarian assistance, including emergency cash, food, non-food items (NFIs), health, education, livelihoods, and protection to Palestine refugees in Syria,...
Kadraa al-Mawed, ninety-year -old receives some medical attention at the UNRWA mobile clinic. © 2021 UNRWA photo
Emergency Appeal Funding Level UNRWA requires US$ 191.8 million to sustain the delivery of humanitarian assistance, basic services and protection interventions to the 438,000 Palestine refugees estimated to remain in Syria.
Recreational & sport activities during Summer Club for People with Disabilities in Sbeineh. © 2021 UNRWA Photo
UNRWA Students Achieve 89.9 per cent Pass Rate in 9th Grade National Exams In July 2021, the results of the national 9th grade exams were announced: 4,535 UNRWA students (2,271 female and 2,264 male) passed, achieving 89.9 per cent success rate, compared to the national...
UNRWA 3MW Solar PV Power Project, Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)
BACKGROUND TO THE PROJECT In accordance with the “Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Law No. (13) of the year 2012”, Electric Power Wheeling projects are allowed. Under such a procedure, electricity generated by renewable energy is allowed to be developed by a consumer...