Resources

  • Palestine refugees are adamant that their education continue, despite the challenges, conflict and distress they face, Dera’a camp in Syria. © 2019 UNRWA Photo
    Palestine refugees in Syria continue to face severe and multiple needs as a consequence of nine years of conflict and associated hardship. This has resulted in extensive casualties, largescale and protracted displacement, destruction of civilian infrastructure, a decrease in the provision of...
  • First grade students from UNRWA Sabra Elementary Co-ed School receiving their new stationery on the first day of school. © 2019 UNRWA. Photo by Khalil Adwan
    In 2020, in order to maintain the provision of essential humanitarian assistance to Palestine refugees in the oPt, UNRWA will continue to prioritize the most critical interventions in its emergency appeal, in line with the approach adopted by the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) in the...
  • Meeting the Human Development and Humanitarian Needs of Palestine Refugees
    In December 2019, the United Nations General Assembly voted overwhelmingly in support of the extension of the UNRWA mandate until 2023. As long as Palestine refugees remain refugees, UNRWA is the organization that they turn to for education, health care, housing, social services, financial...
  • A Palestine refugee student in class at the  UNRWA Budrus Secondary School. © 2008 UNRWA Photo by John Tordai.
    Persons with disabilities are historically stigmatised and marginalised. This has limited their access to basic services, and participation in the mainstream of life on an equal basis with others. Disability is closely linked to poverty. Poor people are prone to acquiring permanent impairments...
  • Palestinian refugees from Syria sitting in front of their rented house in Beddawi refugee camp, Lebanon. © 2019 UNRWA photo by Maysoun Mustafa.

    This mid-year progress report covers the period 1 January through 30 June 2019 and is intended to provide an update on results achieved under the full range of indicators included in the 2019 Emergency Appeal (EA) for the Syria regional crisis.

    During the first six months of 2019, UNRWA...

  • Palestine refugee children playing on the street in a slum in the northern Gaza Strip. © 2017 UNRWA Photo by Rushdi Al-Sarraj.

    In accordance with Organization Directive (OD) 14 on the internal oversight charter, this report provides an account of the works of the Department of Internal Oversight Services (DIOS) in 2018.

    In accordance with the Charter, the mission of DIOS is to provide internal oversight services...

  • The first day of the 2018-19 school year in Sidon, Lebanon. © 2018 UNRWA Photo by Ahmad Mahmoud

    The 2018 Annual Operational Report (AOR) describes progress made by UNRWA during the period, 01 January – 31 December 2018, towards the attainment of the strategic outcomes set out in the Agency’s Medium Term Strategy 2016-21 (MTS). Building on efforts to harmonize results reporting and...