Reports

Making of music, Sahnaya al-Muhdatheh School, Rif Damascus. © 2017 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
The conflict in Syria continues to disrupt the lives of civilians, resulting in death and injuries, internal displacement, extensive damage to civilian infrastructure and persistent humanitarian needs. Affected communities suffer indiscriminate violence, restrictions on...
Syria Palestine Refugees Humanitarian Snapshot for September 2017
On 5 September 2017, 47,248 students (23,362 girls and 23,886 boys) enrolled in 101 UNRWA schools located in Agency or government buildings across the country, marking the beginning of the new scholastic year. Two new schools in Husseiniyeh (Rif Damascus) and Barzeh (...
Syria Palestine Refugees Humanitarian Snapshot for August 2017
In August, Dera’a camp and city in the south continued to experience a relatively calm situation due to the ceasefire agreement put in place early July. A total of 716 Palestine refugees from Ain Thakar district in Dera’a who had been directly impacted by the clashes...
Financial report and audited financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2016 and Report of the Board of Auditors
Syria Palestine Refugees Humanitarian Snapshot, July 2017
In July, The security situation in the country in July continued to negatively affect the livelihoods of Palestine refugee civilians in Syria. In the south, Dera’a camp and Dera’a city experienced a relatively calm situation in comparison to previous months because of the...