Emergency Reports

The destroyed streets of Yarmouk. © 2014 UNRWA Photo
05 April 2015
The situation of armed conflict continues in Yarmouk today, 5 April 2015. No UNRWA humanitarian operations have been possible inside Yarmouk since the outbreak of fighting on April 1st. As hostilities continue to escalate, UNRWA remains greatly alarmed by the humanitarian consequences for the 18,000 Palestinian and...
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Today, UNRWA provided life-saving humanitarian support to 94 civilians who fled Yarmouk and found refuge in the Zeynab Al-Hilalyah government school in Tadamon. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
04 April 2015
No UNRWA food distribution has been possible inside Yarmouk since the outbreak of fighting on April 1st. As intense clashes continue, UNRWA is greatly alarmed by the humanitarian consequences for the 18,000 civilians trapped in Yarmouk. Amidst the fierce fighting, civilians already impoverished, hungry, and deprived...
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UNRWA remains deeply concerned for the safety and protection of some 18,000 Palestinian and Syrian civilians, including 3,500 children, who remain in Yarmouk. © 2015 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
03 April 2015
No UNRWA food distribution has been possible since the outbreak of fighting inside Yarmouk on April 1st. UNRWA remains acutely anxious about the humanitarian impact of continuing armed conflict between armed groups inside Yarmouk. With intense fighting continuing into a third day, the lives and safety of the 18,000...
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© 2015 UNRWA
03 April 2015
24 – 31 March 2015 | Issue 86 From 24 to 26 March, an UNRWA delegation led by Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl attended the 12th Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development Conference and Exhibition ( DIHAD 2015 ), which was held under the patronage of H. H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice...
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In January 2014, when UNRWA was able to complete its first humanitarian distribution in Yarmouk after almost six months of siege, it was met by thousands of desperate residents on the destroyed main street. © 2014 UNRWA Photo
01 April 2015
UNRWA is extremely concerned about the safety and protection of Syrian and Palestinian civilians in Yarmouk, where since early afternoon today, intensive armed conflict has been ongoing between armed groups present in the area. Credible information from public sources indicates that a variety of armed groups are...
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