Some articles on hardship, special hardship:
... than six percent of refugees qualify as hardship cases, with the largest number being in Lebanon where restrictions on Palestinians entering the Lebanese job market cause severe hardship ... Children from special hardship case families are given preferential access to the Agency's vocational training centres, while women in such families are encouraged to join UNRWA's women's ... Rations are distributed to families in UNRWA's special hardship category every quarter ...
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