Reports

Two Palestine refugees from Syria in their refugee camp in Jordan smiling to the camera. © 2013 UNRWA Photo by Alaa’ Ghosheh
In 2017, UNRWA decided to reform its Relief and Social Services Programme with the centrepiece being social work reform. What was identified as an underutilization of UNRWA relief and social work field officers, was to be transformed into a work force that could support...
Bene_ciaries receiving cash assistance at UNRWA distribution point in Damascus © 2020 UNRWA Photo
Updated Flash Appeal Launched for COVID19- Response Meanwhile, UNRWA continued to deliver basic services and humanitarian assistance to Palestine refugees during the month of May, while navigating ongoing preventative measures in place by the authorities in response to the...
A dentist checking teeth of a girl at a health centre in Syria. © 2020 UNRWA Photo by Ibrahim Miari
By the end of January, 2020, UNRWA had already begun to prepare and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the densely populated, poor living conditions in Palestine refugee camps, UNRWA was deeply concerned about the high potential for rapid flareups of COVID-19 outbreaks...
UNRWA beneficiaries at Gaza health centre, Gaza Strip. © 2012 UNRWA Photo by Sharif Sarhan
In 2019, despite facing the most serious financial crises in its history, UNRWA continued to deliver life-saving primary health care services through its 141 health centres across its five Fields of operations in Gaza, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and West Bank. UNRWA reached 5.6...
Door-to-door distribution of medicines in Khan Eshieh camp © 2020 UNRWA photo
UNRWA Continues to Deliver Basic Services amidst COVID19- Crisis Despite challenges created by the COVID-19 crisis, UNRWA continued to deliver basic services and essential humanitarian assistance to Palestine refugees throughout the month of April. The Agency had to adopt...