rapid socio-economic study of the effects of covid-19 on palestine refugees in jordan

Monday, October 19, 2020

The Rapid COVID-19 Socio-economic Study of Effects on Palestine Refugees has enormously benefited from guidance and contributions of various people who have worked hard during movement restrictions around COVID-19.The Agency appreciates all the support provided by staff members of Headquarters and Jordan Field Office at all stages of the exercise, from the design to report finalization.

In particular, data collection would not have been possible without the dedication and invaluable experience of front-line UNRWA Area Office staff. The efforts of fifty-six staff members and respective teams are greatly appreciated.

The valuable partnership with UN-Women is well reflected in the gender-related data analysis and reporting.

Palestine refugee woman teaches her son during COVID-19 school closures. © 2020 UNRWA Photo