Strategy & Policy

Dead Sea Declaration and Call to Action on Refugees and Diabetes Under the patronage of HRH Princess Muna al-Hussein, the International Conference on Refugees and Diabetes, involving more than 75 representatives of the Ministries of Health from Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine...
© 2013 UNRWA Photo by Alaa Ghosheh
The UNRWA Gender Equality Strategy (GES) 2016-2021 aims to make organizational culture, practices and programme implementation more gender sensitive in UNRWA, so that the services provided are more equitable and Palestine refugees – whether women, men, boys or girls – can...
UNRWA considers accountability to affected populations to be a cornerstone of quality service provision to meet changing refugee needs and deliver more sustainable development outcomes. A number of formal and informal mechanisms, standards and practices are in place at the...
A schoolgirl in an UNRWA school in Am’ari camp, West Bank. © 2013 UNRWA Photo by Alaa Ghohseh
This Resource Mobilization Strategy has been developed with one object in mind, to provide the resources necessary for the Agency to deliver on its mandate to Palestine refugees in all five fields of operations for the next three years, 2016-2018. It complements the Medium...
UNRWA quality assurance policy for pharmaceutical products
The purpose of this document is to provide further general technical guidance to bidders and suppliers on the Agency’s expectations of quality, safety and efficacy for pharmaceuticals and health supplies that are procured for distribution in the Agency’s destination...