UNRWA schools and health centers at risk, only have funds till mid-October

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
September 25, 2018 03:17
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UNRWA, which is responsible for supporting Palestinian refugees, announced late Monday night that schools and health centers might soon have to shut down due to a lack in funding.

In order to keep operating until the end of the year, the organization said it has to fill a gap of $185 million.



"Right now we have money in the bank", UNRWA's General Commissioner in New York Pierre Carnabull commented.

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