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UNRWA Says Agency’s Main Concern to Preserve Aids for Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon

Published : 10-11-2019

UNRWA Says Agency’s Main Concern to Preserve Aids for Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in Near East (UNRWA) said it has been facing a severe financial crisis and strives to preserve aids for Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon.

In response to a letter sent by the Association of Displaced Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon, the UN refugee agency said it has been striving to garner additional funds to continue its core essential services for Palestine refugees.

The Association of Displaced Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon said on Facebook that a few days earlier it sent a letter to UNRWA demanding that the agency shell out urgent cash aids for Palestinian refugees who fled war-torn Syria to Lebanon.

Lebanon’s recent protest wave has swelled socio-economic anxieties among the Palestinians of Syria, who have been denied access to vital services and to the local labor market.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinians from Syria have sought refuge in Lebanon, where they have been shorn of their basic rights and facing high rates of unemployment and poverty.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9333

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in Near East (UNRWA) said it has been facing a severe financial crisis and strives to preserve aids for Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon.

In response to a letter sent by the Association of Displaced Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon, the UN refugee agency said it has been striving to garner additional funds to continue its core essential services for Palestine refugees.

The Association of Displaced Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon said on Facebook that a few days earlier it sent a letter to UNRWA demanding that the agency shell out urgent cash aids for Palestinian refugees who fled war-torn Syria to Lebanon.

Lebanon’s recent protest wave has swelled socio-economic anxieties among the Palestinians of Syria, who have been denied access to vital services and to the local labor market.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinians from Syria have sought refuge in Lebanon, where they have been shorn of their basic rights and facing high rates of unemployment and poverty.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9333