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During their recess, two students gather to chat at the UNRWA Rehabilitation Centre for the Visually Impaired. © 2017 UNRWA photo by Rushdi Al Sarraj

On 3 December, UNRWA joins the rest of the world in celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Removing barriers and facilitating inclusion can empower persons with disabilities to become agents of change in their own lives and communities, striving...

Children in the Bedouin community of Abu Falaf/Kurshan in the West Bank. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Dirk-Jan Visser

The main objective of the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Framework is to facilitate greater coherence, consistency and quality of UNRWA MHPSS interventions and their impact across the Agency in order to protect and improve the mental health and psychosocial well-being of...

In the beginning of March 2016, the UNRWA Rehabilitation Centre for Visually Impaired (RCVI) in Gaza City introduced computer tablets for students with low vision under the ‘Vision Project’. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Tamer Hamam

To ensure that refugees with disabilities have equal opportunity to access and benefit from all UNRWA programmes and services, internal Disability Inclusion Guidelines have been developed. The Guidelines will help make the practices of UNRWA more inclusive and accessible for all, by...

Food distribution at the Sahnaya Distribution Centre, Damascus, Syria. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad

The 2016 Annual Operational Report (AOR) describes progress made by UNRWA towards the attainment of the strategic outcomes set out in the Agency’s MTS. Building on efforts to harmonize results reporting and consistent with principles enshrined within the 2005 Paris Declaration on Aid...

© 2016 UNRWA Photo

In response to the ongoing Syria crisis, UNRWA has played a crucial role in ensuring that Palestine refugee children from Syria, including those who have been displaced to Jordan and Lebanon, are able to access quality education, even within the context of protracted conflict and repeated...

© 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 increasingly fulfil...

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