Yarmouk

19 May 2015
UNRWA personnel established a distribution point in Yalda today, serving displaced civilians in the three areas of Yalda, Babila and Beit Saham, to the south-east of Yarmouk. A total of 1,111 families were provided with food parcels and 3,000 packets of bread were...
18 May 2015
17 May 2015 | Issue 28 UNRWA continued humanitarian operations in Yalda, Babila and Beit Saham today. The UNRWA team provided essential health services, vaccinations, dental services, fresh water and child nutritional supplements contributed by WFP and UNICEF. Humanitarian...
13 May 2015
UNRWA medical personnel established a mobile health point, treating 425 patients over the course of the day. Three cases of hepatitis A were detected and treated. Eight children were administered with vaccines, while 2 out of 76 children under five years old were found to...
12 May 2015
UNRWA continued humanitarian operations in Yalda, Babila and Beit Saham today. The UNRWA team provided essential health services, vaccinations and child nutritional supplements contributed by WFP and UNICEF. Humanitarian activities continue in Tadamoun, to the north-east.
Syria Palestine refugees humanitarian snapshot, March 2015
Yarmouk: On 5 March 2015, the Agency was able to resume food distribution for the first time since 6 December 2014, from a new entry point established to the east of Yarmouk. Throughout March, UNRWA was able to access Yarmouk on 14 days, distributing a total of 4,463 family...
11 May 2015
UNRWA resumed humanitarian operations in Yalda, Babila and Beit Saham today, following a one week break due to security concerns. The UNRWA team provided essential health services, dental services, vaccinations, nutritional supplements and fresh food sufficient to feed 600...
02 May 2015
UNRWA is increasingly alarmed about the safety of civilians in Yarmouk, amid reports of armed clashes, the use of heavy weapons and air strikes.
30 April 2015
UNRWA continued humanitarian response operations today, providing fresh food to a central community kitchen (sufficient for 600 individuals for one week), 10,000 litres of drinking water and hygiene supplies to displaced civilians and host communities.