annual report

UNRWA Alliance Health Centre, Damascus, Syria. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad.
24 May 2017
The UNRWA Department of Health latest annual report, released in Geneva today, reveals important statistics regarding the Agency’s health programme and the health situation of Palestine refugees in the Agency’s five fields of operations
UNRWA marked an important milestone in one of its health reform strategies, the Family Health Team (FHT) approach. In 2016, the FHT approach has now become operational in all health centres in four fields, with on-going efforts to roll it out in Syria. The approach also...
Health department annual report 2015
The 2015 Annual Report of the Department of Health highlights the remarkable gains achieved by UNRWA in reducing mother and child deaths, infectious and communicable disease transmission, and achieving nearly 100 per cent vaccination coverage rates. The report commends...
© 2015 UNRWA Photo
24 May 2016
UNRWA launched its 2015 Annual Report of the Department of Health, which highlights the remarkable gains achieved by UNRWA in reducing mother and child deaths, infectious and communicable disease transmission, and achieving nearly 100 per cent vaccination coverage rates
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20 May 2015
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency, UNRWA, is delivering improved health services to millions of Palestine refugees across the Middle East because of root and branch reforms. These are the findings of a new report from UNRWA’s Health Department published today in...
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The five geographical fields where UNRWA operates experienced a variety of challenging developments. Despite these challenging environments, UNRWA successfully maintained its operations on the ground, serving the five million registered Palestine refugees who depend on us...
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UNRWA is the main comprehensive Primary Health Care provider for Palestine refugees in the Near East and has been the largest humanitarian operation in the region for over 60 years. UNRWA’s mandate on health is to protect and promote the health of Palestine refugees...
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During the last few years, the health programme continued to operate under extremely difficult circumstances of rising costs, rising expectations and limited resources. Changes in the demographic and epistemological profile of the refugee population have been associated...
Health department annual report 2008
UNRWA has been the main comprehensive primary health care provider of Palestine Refugees for the past 60 years and is the largest humanitarian operation in the Near East. The Mandate of the Health Programme is to protect, preserve and promote the health status of Palestine...
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As the major provider of basic education to Palestine refugees, various initiatives of the education department underscore UNRWA’s fundamental commitment to meeting the human development aspirations of refugees with particular emphasis on the most vulnerable. With almost...