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Jordan Valley Camp
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UNRWA introduced an emergency supplementary feeding programme for newly displaced refugees and displaced persons following the 1967 War. This consisted of a daily hot meal and milk six days a week, as well as a monthly protein supplement to those living in tented camps. In east Jordan in 1967 and 1968, UNRWA distributed 15,390 daily rations to children the ages of two and15. UNRWA photo.
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Keywords: Palestine Refugees Jordan Valley Camp 1967 War
Photographer: UNRWA
Copyright: UNRWA
Date: 1967
Place: Jordan Valley Camp
Country: Jordan
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