What We Do

UNRWA human development and humanitarian services encompass primary and vocational education, primary health care, relief and social services, infrastructure and camp improvement, microfinance and emergency response, including in situations of armed conflict.

Education
539,770
Students
Health
2.87M
Refugees Access UNRWA Health Services
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5.7M
registered refugees covered by our protection mandate
Relief & Social Services
390,443
Refugees Supported by Social Safety Net
Microfinance
571,003
Number of Microfinance loan provided
Emergency Response
483,500
Refugees Impacted by the Conflict in Syria

Strategic Outcomes and Statistics Bulletin

Strategic Outcomes and Statistics Bulletin

UNRWA is committed to advancing the human development of Palestine refugees through the achievement of the following five strategic outcomes under the Agency’s Medium-Term Strategy 2016-2022 (MTS):

  • Strategic Outcome 1: Refugees' rights under international law are protected and promoted
  • Strategic Outcome 2: Refugees' health is protected and the disease burden is reduced
  • Strategic Outcome 3: School-aged children complete quality, equitable and inclusive basic education
  • Strategic Outcome 4: Refugee capabilities strengthened for increased livelihood opportunities
  • Strategic Outcome 5: Refugees are able to meet their basic human needs of food, shelter and environmental health

​MTS Strategic Outcomes reflect the Agency’s commitment to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Read more about UNRWA and the Sustainable Development Goals.


Statistics Bulletin

For the UNRWA Statistics Bulletin Click here