Reports

SYRIA: RETURN TO NEWLY ACCESSIBLE AREA -SBEINEH CAMP as of March 2018
Sbeineh camp, was home to about 25,000 Palestine refugee (around 8,000 families) before the beginning of the conflict in Syria. At the end of 2012, the camp became the scene of violent armed clashes which caused substantial damages to lives, homes and infrastructure. In...
SYRIA: UNRWA - HUMANITARIAN SNAPSHOT, FEBRUARY 2018
Increased violence in Eastern Ghouta and mortar attacks in Damascus and surroundings distribution centers The month of February witnessed an increase in violence in Eastern Ghouta due to military operations and conflict-related hostilities, exposing up to 400,000 civilians...
Syria: UNRWA - Humanitarian Snapshot, January 2018
UNRWA launches the 2018 Syria Emergency Appeal from Beirut​ On 31 January 2018, UNRWA launched the 2018 Syria Emergency Appeal for US$ 409 million in response to the Syria regional crisis. Out of the total amount, US$ 329 million is allocated for emergency interventions in...
Syria: UNRWA - Achievements and Highlights in 2017
Funding Status 2017 In January 2017, UNRWA launched its 2017 Syria Emergency Appeal, requesting a total of USD 329 million to meet the basic needs of Palestine refugees in Syria. As of 31 December 2017, the Agency had received USD 141.7 million, representing 43.1% of...
Like so many in Gaza, a Palestine refugee in Beach refugee camp, western Gaza City, uses the only means at her disposal to cook, wash clothes and heat her home.© 2017 UNRWA Photo by Tamer Hamam
Palestine refugees across the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) continue to face Israeli occupation, repeated violations of human rights and high levels of violence, with individual, familial and community resilience stretched to the limit. In Gaza, the political and...