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Raising awareness in your community around the challenges facing Palestine refugees on a daily basis is a simple, but impactful, way to show Palestine refugees that Americans care.
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Only 10% of the Gaza Strip's population has access to clean water. Learn more from @unrwausa (click to tweet)
I stand in solidarity with Palestine refugees. Will you join me? (click to tweet)
The 5 million UNRWA-registered Palestine refugees are one of the longest lasting cases of forced migration in modern history. (click to tweet)
.@UNRWA is the only organization in Syria dedicated to serving Palestine refugees. Help continue this work: unrwausa.org/donate (click to tweet)
In freezing @UNRWA funding the @WhiteHouse will cause untold additional trauma to Palestine refugees in Gaza and Syria who depend on life-saving humanitarian assistance through emergency cash, food, and shelter support. unrwausa.org #fundUNRWA (click to tweet)
.@UNRWA educates 525,000 Palestine refugee girls and boys in 700 UNRWA schools, including education on human rights, conflict resolution, and tolerance. As an American invested in access to education for all, I implore the @WhiteHouse to #fundUNRWA. unrwausa.org (click to tweet)
.@UNRWA operates 140+ health centers and delivers comprehensive primary healthcare services, handling more than 9 million Palestine refugee patient visits per year. As an American interested in human dignity and rights for all I implore the @WhiteHouse to #fundUNRWA. unrwausa.org (click to tweet)
.@UNRWA provides cash assistance and shelter rehabilitation to help Palestine refugees meet their basic human needs of food, shelter, and environmental health. I implore the @WhiteHouse to #fundUNRWA because UNRWA's work is essential to stability in the Middle East: unrwausa.org (click to tweet)
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