The move could end up affecting almost 770,000 Palestinian refugees currently living under the extreme poverty line, who are heavily dependent on international humanitarian assistance for their daily survival
Authorities are worried that if drastic steps are not taken, the health system might face a major crisis putting the lives and health of Palestinian people at risk
Latest statistics from Tuesday, December 15, stated that a total of 126,205 COVID-19 cases have been recorded in the occupied Palestinian territories, with the death toll currently at 1,107.
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While the UNGA has extended the mandate of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) till June 2023, the agency has stated that due to a lack of funds, its operations in the occupied Palestinian territories will be severely affected
A new rule announced by the Lebanese Ministry of Labor requires Palestinian businesses and workers to obtain work permits
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Funds shortage could also lead to severe education and healthcare challenges like stopping of UNRWA schools and vaccination program.
The agency which runs schools and provides essential services to about 5 million refugees is facing a serious crisis after the Donald Trump administration cut short its funding in August