The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRËA) said it would seek a new injection of funds at a forthcoming donors’ conference after resisting years of financial instability during the administration of the former US President. , Donald Trump.
UNRËA Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini told reporters at UN headquarters in New York that the organization needed “predictability” for its operations in order to implement its “three main goals” – education, health and social services.
The Palestinian Refugee Agency will ask for $ 800 million a year at a donors’ conference scheduled to be held in Brussels next month.
The funding will allow the UN agency to build about 700 schools, feed 550,000 children, as well as health centers and provide social welfare for Palestinian refugees and their descendants.
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