Old accusations against UNRWA’s school in Rameh, Syria have been recirculated following the attack in Nice yesterday. These centre on a Facebook posting of a vehicle ramming a group of people. The posting concerned is from an “imposter page” that was not authorized by UNRWA and was removed by Facebook nearly a year ago
UNICEF and UNRWA condemn attack reportedly killing civilians and destroying homes as well as a child friendly space in Khan Eshieh camp and call on those responsible to cease actions that endanger civilian life and civilian infrastructure in Syria
Yasmin Sweid, Ahmad Ajan and Mustafa Ramadan are among the 450, 000 Palestine refugees registered with UNRWA in Syria and among those who have remained there throughout the war. Over the past five years, they have been confronted with some of the worst effects of the conflict such as besiegement, internal displacement...
From 3 to 26 May 2016, approximately 45,000 students from grade 1 to grade 9 from 99 UNRWA schools undertook their final exams. Among these students were 117 grade 9 students from Yarmouk, including 60 girls