Palestine Refugees in Syria
|Theme||EuropeAid - UNRWA|
|Speaker||1. Introduction by: Mr Michael Köhler, Director, Directorate F Neighbourhood, DG Development and Cooperation-EuropeAid, European Commission 2. Ms Lina Meri, Chief Area Officer, UNRWA, Damascus 3. Ms Amneh Saqer, Chief of the Relief & Social Services Programme, UNRWA, Syria Field Office 4. Ms Manal Hayatleh, Chief Area Officer, UNRWA, Central Area 5. Ms Lisa Gilliam, Deputy Chief of Staff & Regional Response Coordinator, UNRWA, Amman|
What are the challenges of living and working in Syria after more than two years of conflict?
How are Palestine refugees affected?
What is UNRWA (the UN Agency in charge of Palestine refugees) doing to continue its vital delivery of basic services and response to critical needs?
As humanitarian conditions in Syria deteriorate, three Palestine refugee women, all key managers in this crisis response effort in the country, offer a direct perspective on the situation on the ground.
The regional aspect of the conflict is also examined, focusing on its impact on Lebanon and Jordan.