Here are five policy suggestions that should be on the agenda of the next UNRWA Donors Conference, with one purpose in mind: to help 5.3 million descendants of refugees get on with their lives.
The global body approved six anti-Israel resolutions on Thursday.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
UNRWA spends more to do less, while perpetuating a problem it was meant to resolve and undermining the peace process itself.
Earlier this month UNRWA raised $38 million toward its $100 million shortfall in its $1.2 billion budget, but the remaining gap has left it scrambling for funds.
How much longer can UNRWA get away with this is entirely up to its donors, because clearly the situation is and never has been fully under their control.
The readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
To date, UNRWA services 5.7 million Palestinian refugees in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem.
Far from transforming refugees into self-sufficient individuals, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency has fostered dependency and a culture of entitlement.
The corrupt body, whose ill-deserved status as an agency for “refugees” keeps it in financial cover, continues to employ educators who regularly incite terrorism against Jews.