Reports

A student in class at the UNRWA Shu’fat Girls’ School, East Jerusalem. © 2020 UNRWA Photo by Kazem Abu-Khalaf
During the period covered by this Appeal (March-July 2020), cases of COVID-19 were reported in all UNRWA fields of operation, (see box 1), with the number of cases increasing dramatically in West Bank and Lebanon from June onwards. At the time of writing, the situation was...
© 2020 UNRWA photo by Taghrid Mohammad
Rapid Increase in Number of Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 As of 29 September, 4,102 cases (194 fatalities and 1,074 recovered) were confirmed by the Syrian Ministry of Health. The epidemiological situation in Syria seems to have rapidly evolved through widespread community...
Palestine refugee woman teaches her son during COVID-19 school closures. © 2020 UNRWA Photo
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...
syria: unrwa - progress highlights january-june 2020
Emergency Appeal Funding Level UNRWA requires US$ 212.8 million to sustain the delivery of humanitarian assistance, basic services and protection interventions to the 438,000 Palestine refugees estimated to remain in Syria. As of 30 June 2020, a total of US$ 37.5 million...
Female sta observe physical distancing while participating in a yoga session in Damascus © 2020 UNRWA Photo
Rapid Increase in Number of Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 As the epidemiological situation across Syria has rapidly evolved over the past two months, rising patient numbers are adding pressure to the fragile health system. According to the MoH (Ministry of Health), 90...