annual report

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...
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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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This report offers a comprehensive overview of the strategies, initiatives and activities comprising UNRWA s response to the health needs of Palestine refugees in the course of 2009. The health programme functions primarily through a network of 137 clinics located across...
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The microfinance department sustained a steady rate of portfolio growth in 2010 largely in line with its performance in 2009.
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UNRWA currently runs 137 Primary Health Care (PHC) Centres and one hospital. In 2010, UNRWA medical officers in the PHC centres provided almost 10.4 million consultations. These were complemented by about 700,000 dental consultations and almost 260,000 dental screening...