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Palestine refugees in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and Gaza have lived under the heavy burden of occupation for 50 years. Though #StillRefugees, they continue to hope for a brighter future.
The Crisis of Palestine Refugees in Syria
Entering its seventh year, the conflict in Syria has forced 95 per cent of the 438,000 Palestine refugees still living in the country to become completely reliant on the Agency's emergency assistance.
The situation in the Gaza Strip remains devastating and unpredictable.
Our photo & film archive for Palestine refugees
More than 430,000 negatives, 10,000 prints, 85,000 slides, 75 films and 730 videocassettes.
Photo & film archive
Girls Not Brides: Ending Child Marriage in Gaza
Imagine a 15-year-old child married and having babies; it’s a child raising children ...
Hasan Salem – A Life in UNRWA
Hasan Salem, a Palestine refugee who received his primary education at an UNRWA school in Jordan, worked for the Agency for 33 years,...
Gaza Situation Report 201
UNRWA opened the 2017 Summer Fun Weeks (SFWs) in the Zaitoun Preparatory Girls School (B) in Gaza city. The ceremony included different...
Elderly Sisters Reunite in Syria
Two elderly sisters from Syria were unexpectedly reunited at a gathering for seniors, organized by the UNRWA Area Support Office team,...
World Federation Provides Meals for Palestine Refugees in Syria during Ramadan
With a GBP 24,500 contribution from the World Federation, UNRWA distributed additional food assistance to the residents of the collective...
“Finally I Can Run My Own Business”
Thanks to the loans from the UNRWA Microfinance Programme, Hanan from Gaza scaled up her business, renting a bigger place and buying new...
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I believe in human rights for Palestinians.
I believe all humans are entitled to life, peace and opportunity.
I believe in justice and peace for all.
Being safe, having food and having shelter should be a basic human right.
I believe that every human deserves to live and have a better life.
Its work reflects the continued responsibility of the international community to the Palestinians.
The situation of Palestine refugees breaks my heart.
Lessening the suffering of Palestine refugees makes me really happy.
World peace needs a free Palestine.
For humanity, a candle that lights our way.
It is our duty as humans to join hands to ease suffering.
Every human has a right to a safe and stable future.
It helps to fulfill the basic human rights and needs of Palestinians, a forgotten people, by...
We cannot forget Palestine refugees.
UNRWA helped many Palestinians to excel in life under Occupation and very difficult circumstances...
I want to help the innocents who are suffering and in need, especially of basic necessities.
I am from a Palestinian refugee family, saw what UNRWA did for my family, how it supported us and...
I have seen firsthand how bad is the treatment that Palestinians can receive in Palestine/Israel...
I trust them to get the help to people who need it the most.
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oPt emergency appeal for 2017
Syria Emergency Appeal for 2017
Injuries and fatalities among Palestine refugees in the West Bank in 2016
Profiling the vulnerability of Palestine refugees from Syria living in Lebanon
Working at UNRWA
UNRWA has over 30,000 employees, most...
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