crisis

17 September 2015
UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl visited Syria from 15 to 17 September, where he met with Palestine refugees, UNRWA staff and government officials
Press Releases
Two infants at the UNRWA medical point in Yalda, 10 September, 2015. © 2015 UNRWA Photo
11 September 2015
10 September 2015 | Issue No. 46 UNRWA conducted humanitarian operations in Yalda today, providing vital healthcare to civilians displaced from Yarmouk and host communities. Situation Report – 10 September 2015 UNRWA medical personnel established a health point in Yalda, treating 300 patients over the course of the...
Emergency Reports
UNRWA medical staff issue medicines in Yalda, September, 2015. © 2015 UNRWA Photo
10 September 2015
UNRWA conducted humanitarian operations in Yalda today, providing vital healthcare to civilians displaced from Yarmouk and host communities. UNRWA medical personnel established a health point in Yalda, treating 280 patients over the course of the day. This included 4 suspected cases of typhoid.
Emergency Reports
© 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammed
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This report covers the UNRWA Syria regional crisis response during the period January to May 2015. It is intended to provide a snapshot update on results achieved as measured against a select number of key indicators included in the 2015 appeal. The annual report will provide a comprehensive ...

Palestine refugee students in Syria participated in catch-up classes and recreational activities during the 2015 Summer Learning Programme, generously funded by the EU. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
04 September 2015
Fifty-two schools across Syria offered recreational activities and catch-up classes in mathematics, Arabic, English, French, music, sports and art, designed particularly for students who have missed classes or dropped out of school as part of the UNRWA Summer Learning Programme
Features
With support from UNRWA and Educate A Child, Batoul was able to return to school in Lebanon. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
04 September 2015
In its fifth year, the Syrian conflict has devastated the lives and livelihoods of millions of Syrians. Equally shattered are the lives of the 560,000 Palestine refugees who called Syria home. The 67,000 Palestine refugee students enrolled in UNRWA schools before the crisis have not been spared
Features
UNRWA medical staff examine a baby in Yalda, 3 September 2015. © 2015 UNRWA Photo
04 September 2015
UNRWA conducted humanitarian operations in Yalda today, providing vital healthcare to civilians displaced from Yarmouk and host communities.
Emergency Reports