Reports

Syria: UNRWA - Progress Highlights ( January - June 2018 )
The United States, the largest single donor to UNRWA, announced US$ 300 million cut in funding in January, provoking the largest-ever-financial deficit facing the Agency. As a result, and following a sharp reduction in emergency income, the cash amount transferred to...
Syria: UNRWA - Humanitarian Snapshot, June 2018
Escalation of hostilities in Dera’a Sustained hostilities in south-west Syria since 17 June have led to the displacement of thousands of civilians including Palestine refugees, reported death of civilians, and the destruction of homes and public infrastructure. UNRWA is...
Syria: UNRWA - Humanitarian Snapshot, May 2018
The month of May witnessed violent fighting in Yarmouk and Hajar Al-Aswad in southern Damascus, as Syrian government forces intensified military operations against non-state armed groups (NSAGs), including ISIS, in the area since 19 April. The remaining number of Palestine...
Afamily in Syria collecting non-food items from UNRWA, January 2018. © UNRWA Photo by Baraa al-Alem.
The 2017 Annual Operational Report (AOR) describes progress made by UNRWA during the period, 01 January – 31 December 2017, towards the attainment of the strategic outcomes set out in the Agency’s Medium Term Strategy 2016-21 (MTS). Building on efforts to harmonize results...
west bank palestine refugee injuries & fatalities 2017 in and around camps
According to international law, the security forces of the occupying power, exercising law enforcement functions, are permitted to use lethal force only as a last resort - when there is an imminent threat of serious physical harm or death to the forces. UNRWA has documented...