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Palestinian refugee camps are camps set up by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip to accommodate Palestinian refugees registered with UNRWA, who fled or were expelled during the 1948 Palestinian exodus after the 1948 Arab–Israeli War or in the aftermath of the Six-Day War in 1967, and their patrilineal descendants.[1] There are 68 Palestinian refugee camps, 58 official and 10 unofficial,[2] ten of which were established after the Six-Day War while the others were established in 1948 to 1950s.

Whilst only a third of registered Palestinian refugees live within the boundaries of the refugee camps,[3] Palestinian refugees "show extraordinary social and economic integration outside the camps and informal gatherings".[4] Many Palestinian refugees live in adjacent or nearby "gatherings", defined as “the geographic area, outside the official camps, which is home to a minimum 15 Palestinian households.”[5]

The total number of registered Palestine refugees has grown from 750,000 in 1950 to around 5 million in 2013.[6]

Definition of Palestinian refugee[]

UNRWA’s mandate is to provide assistance to Palestinian refugees, including access to its refugee camps. For this purpose, it defines a Palestinian refugee as:[6]

"persons whose normal place of residence was Palestine during the period 1 June 1946 to 15 May 1948, and who lost both home and means of livelihood as a result of the 1948 conflict."

UNRWA also extends assistance to the patrilineal descendants of such refugees, as well as their legally adopted children.[6]

Role of UNRWA[]

For a camp to be recognized by UNRWA, there must be an agreement between the host government and UNRWA governing use of the camp. UNRWA does not itself run any camps, has no police powers or administrative role, but simply provides services to the camp. UNRWA recognizes facilities in 58 designated refugee camps in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and it also provides facilities in other areas where large numbers of registered Palestine refugees live outside of recognized camps. UNRWA also provided relief to Jewish displaced persons inside Israel following the 1948 conflict until the Israeli government took over responsibility for them in 1952. Refugee camps developed from tented cities to rows of concrete blockhouses to urban ghettos indistinguishable from their surroundings (effectively becoming urban developments within existing cities or by themselves), that house around one third of all registered Palestine refugees.

The funding for UNRWA activities comes almost entirely from voluntary contributions from UN member states. UNRWA also receives some funding from the Regular Budget of the United Nations, which is used mostly for international staffing costs.[6]

List of camps[]

The camps are divided between five regions:

Name Founded Location Status Coordinates Population Area (sqkm) Density (pop/sqkm) Comments Refs
Yarmouk Camp 1957 Syria Unofficial 33°28′27″N 36°18′11″E / 33.47417°N 36.30306°E / 33.47417; 36.30306 n.a. 2.1 n.a. Largely destroyed (was 160,000 population) [7]
Rafah Camp 1949 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°16′58.87″N 34°15′11.52″E / 31.2830194°N 34.2532000°E / 31.2830194; 34.2532000 125,304 n.a. n.a. [8]
Baqa'a refugee camp 1968 Jordan UNRWA 32°04′25″N 35°50′35″E / 32.07361°N 35.84306°E / 32.07361; 35.84306 119,000 1.4 85,000 [9]
Jabalia Camp 1948 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°32′20.81″N 34°29′57.63″E / 31.5391139°N 34.4993417°E / 31.5391139; 34.4993417 113,990 1.4 81,421 [10]
Khan Yunis Camp 1949 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°21′3″N 34°17′18″E / 31.35083°N 34.28833°E / 31.35083; 34.28833 87,816 0.549 159,956 [11][12]
Al-Shati (Beach camp) 1948 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°31′55.91″N 34°26′43.42″E / 31.5321972°N 34.4453944°E / 31.5321972; 34.4453944 85,628 0.52 164,669 [13]
Nuseirat Camp 1949 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°26′51.56″N 34°23′34.35″E / 31.4476556°N 34.3928750°E / 31.4476556; 34.3928750 80,194 n.a. n.a. [14]
Ain al-Hilweh 1948 Lebanon UNRWA 33°32′37″N 35°22′41″E / 33.54361°N 35.37806°E / 33.54361; 35.37806 59,660 0.3 198,867 [15][16]
Al-Wehdat refugee camp (Amman New Camp) 1955 Jordan UNRWA 31°55′35″N 35°56′18″E / 31.92639°N 35.93833°E / 31.92639; 35.93833 57,000 0.48 118,750 [17]
Marka 1968 Jordan UNRWA 32°00′32.86″N 36°01′13.71″E / 32.0091278°N 36.0204750°E / 32.0091278; 36.0204750 53,000 0.92 57,609 [18]
Jaramana camp 1948 Syria UNRWA 33°29′N 36°21′E / 33.483°N 36.350°E / 33.483; 36.350 49,000 0.03 1,633,333 [19]
Latakia Camp 1955-6 Syria Unofficial 35°30′28″N 35°47′45″E / 35.50778°N 35.79583°E / 35.50778; 35.79583 47400 0.22 215,455 [20]
Bureij 1949 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°26′22.31″N 34°24′10.58″E / 31.4395306°N 34.4029389°E / 31.4395306; 34.4029389 43,330 0.529 81,909 [21][22]
Rashidieh 1963 Lebanon UNRWA 33°14′12.12″N 35°13′5.16″E / 33.2367000°N 35.2181000°E / 33.2367000; 35.2181000 34,584 0.25 138,336 [23][24]
Jabal el-Hussein 1952 Jordan UNRWA 31°57′52″N 35°54′23″E / 31.96444°N 35.90639°E / 31.96444; 35.90639 32,000 0.42 76,190 [25]
Maghazi (camp) 1949 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°25′16.89″N 34°23′07.35″E / 31.4213583°N 34.3853750°E / 31.4213583; 34.3853750 31,329 0.6 52,215 [26]
Jerash camp 1968 Jordan UNRWA 32°16′20.21″N 35°53′29.03″E / 32.2722806°N 35.8913972°E / 32.2722806; 35.8913972 29,000 0.75 38,667 [27]
Irbid camp 1951 Jordan UNRWA 32°33′0″N 35°51′0″E / 32.55000°N 35.85000°E / 32.55000; 35.85000 28,000 0.24 116,667 [28]
Balata 1950 West Bank UNRWA 32°12′N 35°17′E / 32.200°N 35.283°E / 32.200; 35.283 27,000 0.25 108,000 [29]
Deir al-Balah Camp 1948 Gaza Strip UNRWA 31°25′33″N 34°20′26″E / 31.42583°N 34.34056°E / 31.42583; 34.34056 25,569 0.16 159,806 [30][31]
Husn Camp (Martyr Azmi el-Mufti camp) 1968 Jordan UNRWA 32°26.7′N 35°35.8′E / 32.4450°N 35.5967°E / 32.4450; 35.5967 25,000 0.77 32,468 [32]
Burj el-Shemali 1955 Lebanon UNRWA 33°15′47″N 35°14′20″E / 33.26306°N 35.23889°E / 33.26306; 35.23889 24,929 0.134 186,037 [33][34]
Shu'fat camp 1965 West Bank UNRWA 31°48′44″N 35°14′47″E / 31.8123°N 35.2465°E / 31.8123; 35.2465 24,000 0.2 120,000 [35]
Qabr Essit 1967 Syria UNRWA 33°26′50″N 36°20′10″E / 33.44722°N 36.33611°E / 33.44722; 36.33611 23,700 0.02 1,185,000 [36]
Tulkarm Camp 1950 West Bank UNRWA 32°18′51″N 35°2′4″E / 32.31417°N 35.03444°E / 32.31417; 35.03444 21,500 0.18 119,444 [37]
Beddawi 1955 Lebanon UNRWA 34°27′0.64″N 35°52′9.17″E / 34.4501778°N 35.8692139°E / 34.4501778; 35.8692139 21,252 0.2 106,260 [38][39]
Zarqa camp 1949 Jordan UNRWA 32°05′N 36°06′E / 32.083°N 36.100°E / 32.083; 36.100 20,000 0.18 111,111 [40]
Bourj el-Barajneh 1948 Lebanon UNRWA 33°50′54″N 35°30′12″E / 33.84833°N 35.50333°E / 33.84833; 35.50333 19,539 0.104 187,875 [41][42]
Souf Camp 1967 Jordan UNRWA 32°18′30″N 35°53′7.37″E / 32.30833°N 35.8853806°E / 32.30833; 35.8853806 19,000 0.5 38,000 [43]
Askar 1950 West Bank UNRWA 32°13′11.51″N 35°17′50.77″E / 32.2198639°N 35.2974361°E / 32.2198639; 35.2974361 18,500 0.119 155,462 [44]
Al-Nayrab 1948 Syria UNRWA 36°10′32″N 37°13′40″E / 36.17556°N 37.22778°E / 36.17556; 37.22778 18,000 0.15 120,000 [45]
Dheisheh 1949 West Bank UNRWA 31°41′38.47″N 35°11′02.96″E / 31.6940194°N 35.1841556°E / 31.6940194; 35.1841556 15,000 0.33 45,455 [46]
Kalandia Camp 1949 West Bank UNRWA 33°19′55″N 36°19′56″E / 33.33194°N 36.33222°E / 33.33194; 36.33222 14,800 0.42 35,238 [47]
Al-Hassan camp 1967 Jordan Unofficial 14,068 n.a. n.a. [48]
Jenin Camp 1953 West Bank UNRWA 32°27′41″N 35°17′11″E / 32.46139°N 35.28639°E / 32.46139; 35.28639 14,000 0.42 33,333 [49]
Jalazone 1949 West Bank UNRWA 31°57′07.15″N 35°12′41.58″E / 31.9519861°N 35.2115500°E / 31.9519861; 35.2115500 13,000 0.253 51,383 [50]
Sbeineh 1948 Syria UNRWA 33°26′2″N 36°17′8″E / 33.43389°N 36.28556°E / 33.43389; 36.28556 13,000 0.03 433,333 [51]
Homs 1949 Syria UNRWA 34°42′30.29″N 36°42′26.62″E / 34.7084139°N 36.7073944°E / 34.7084139; 36.7073944 13,000 0.15 86,667 [52]
Khan Dannun 1950 Syria UNRWA 33°19′55″N 36°19′56″E / 33.33194°N 36.33222°E / 33.33194; 36.33222 12,650 0.03 421,667 [53]
El Buss 1948 Lebanon UNRWA 33°16′21″N 35°12′36″E / 33.27250°N 35.21000°E / 33.27250; 35.21000 12,281 0.08 153,513 [54][55]
Al-Arroub 1950 West Bank UNRWA 31°37′23.18″N 35°08′12.19″E / 31.6231056°N 35.1367194°E / 31.6231056; 35.1367194 12,000 0.24 50,000 [56]
Khan al-Shih 1949 Syria UNRWA 33°21′30″N 36°6′26″E / 33.35833°N 36.10722°E / 33.35833; 36.10722 12,000 0.69 17,391 [57]
Shatila 1949 Lebanon UNRWA 33°51′46″N 35°29′54″E / 33.86278°N 35.49833°E / 33.86278; 35.49833 10,849 0.04 271,225 [58][59]
Nur Shams 1952 West Bank UNRWA 32°19′07.36″N 35°03′31.63″E / 32.3187111°N 35.0587861°E / 32.3187111; 35.0587861 10,500 0.21 50,000 [60]
Deraa camp 1950 Syria UNRWA 32°37′N 36°6′E / 32.617°N 36.100°E / 32.617; 36.100 10,500 1.3 8,077 [61]
Fawwar 1949 West Bank UNRWA 31°28′46.45″N 35°03′52.93″E / 31.4795694°N 35.0647028°E / 31.4795694; 35.0647028 9,500 0.27 35,185 [62]
Wavel 1948 Lebanon UNRWA 33°59′56.27″N 36°11′35.46″E / 33.9989639°N 36.1931833°E / 33.9989639; 36.1931833 9,460 0.043 220,000 [63][64]
Hama camp 1950 Syria UNRWA 35°08′N 36°45′E / 35.133°N 36.750°E / 35.133; 36.750 9,000 0.06 150,000 [65]
Aqabat Jaber 1948 West Bank UNRWA 31°50′17.00″N 35°26′30.20″E / 31.8380556°N 35.4417222°E / 31.8380556; 35.4417222 8,600 1.67 5,150 [66]
Madaba camp 1956 Jordan Unofficial 8,597 n.a. n.a. [67]
Far'a 1949 West Bank UNRWA 32°17′38.35″N 35°20′39.74″E / 32.2939861°N 35.3443722°E / 32.2939861; 35.3443722 8,500 0.26 32,692 [68]
Talbieh Camp 1968 Jordan UNRWA 31°42′19″N 35°56′57″E / 31.70528°N 35.94917°E / 31.70528; 35.94917 8,000 0.13 61,538 [69]
Ein Beit al-Ma' (Camp No. 1) 1950 West Bank UNRWA 32°13′48.91″N 35°14′58.42″E / 32.2302528°N 35.2495611°E / 32.2302528; 35.2495611 7,500 0.045 166,667 [70]
Sakhna camp 1969 Jordan Unofficial 7,424 n.a. n.a. [71]
Am'ari 1949 West Bank UNRWA 31°53′38.60″N 35°12′41.52″E / 31.8940556°N 35.2115333°E / 31.8940556; 35.2115333 7,000 0.096 72,917 [72]
Ein Al-Tal (also known as Handarat camp) 1962 Syria Unofficial 36°17′34.84″N 37°9′24.86″E / 36.2930111°N 37.1569056°E / 36.2930111; 37.1569056 n.a. 0.16 n.a. Largely destroyed (was 7,000 population) [73]
Nahr al-Bared 1949 Lebanon UNRWA 34°30′47″N 35°57′40″E / 34.51306°N 35.96111°E / 34.51306; 35.96111 5,857 0.198 29,581 Reconstructed, was 27,000 population [74][75]
Mieh Mieh 1954 Lebanon UNRWA 33°32′30″N 35°23′29″E / 33.54167°N 35.39139°E / 33.54167; 35.39139 5,747 0.054 106,426 [76][77]
Aida 1950 West Bank UNRWA 31°43′10.34″N 35°11′56.31″E / 31.7195389°N 35.1989750°E / 31.7195389; 35.1989750 5,500 0.071 77,465 [78]
Dbayeh camp 1956 Lebanon UNRWA 33°54′N 35°34′E / 33.900°N 35.567°E / 33.900; 35.567 4,591 0.084 54,655 [79][80]
Ein as-Sultan 1948 West Bank UNRWA 31°52′40.24″N 35°26′46.24″E / 31.8778444°N 35.4461778°E / 31.8778444; 35.4461778 3,800 0.87 4,368 [81]
'Azza (Beit Jibrin) 1950 West Bank UNRWA 31°42′54.78″N 35°12′07.61″E / 31.7152167°N 35.2021139°E / 31.7152167; 35.2021139 2,900 0.027 107,407 [82]
Deir 'Ammar Camp 1949 West Bank UNRWA 31°57′57.22″N 35°05′55.98″E / 31.9658944°N 35.0988833°E / 31.9658944; 35.0988833 2,500 0.162 15,432 [83]
Qaddura camp 1948 West Bank Unofficial 31°54′3.32″N 35°12′21.18″E / 31.9009222°N 35.2058833°E / 31.9009222; 35.2058833 1,558 n.a. n.a. [84]
Mar Elias refugee camp 1952 Lebanon UNRWA 33°52′38″N 35°29′19″E / 33.87722°N 35.48861°E / 33.87722; 35.48861 725 0.0054 134,259 [85][86]
Silwad 1971 West Bank Unofficial 462 n.a. n.a. [87]
Abu Shukeidim camp 1948 West Bank Unofficial n.a. n.a. n.a. [88]
Birzeit camp (As-Saqaeif) 1948 West Bank Unofficial n.a. n.a. n.a. [89]

Population statistics[]

The evolution of Palestinian refugee population is shown below:[90][4]

1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2004 2009 2018
Jordan 506,200 613,743 506,038 716,372 929,097 1,570,192 1,758,274 1,951,603 2,242,579
Lebanon 127,600 136,561 175,958 226,554 302,049 376,472 396,890 422,188 475,075
Syria 82,194 115,043 158,717 209,362 280,731 383,199 417,346 461,897 560,139
West Bank 272,692 324,035 414,298 583,009 675,670 762,820 846,465
Gaza Strip 198,227 255,542 311,814 367,995 496,339 824,622 938,531 1,073,303 1,421,282
Total Registered Refugees 914,221 1,120,889 1,425,219 1,844,318 2,422,514 3,737,494 4,186,711 4,671,811 5,545,540

The number of Palestinian refugees living within the UNWRA registered area of operations is shown below, both those living in camps and those living outside camps:[3][4][91]

Registered Persons (Refugees and Other) Registered Refugees in Camps % Registered Refugees in Camps
1953 870,158 300,785 34.6
1955 912,425 351,532 38.5
1960 1,136,487 409,223 36.0
1965 1,300,117 508,042 39.1
1970 1,445,022 500,985 34.7
1975 1,652,436 551,643 33.4
1980 1,863,162 613,149 32.9
1985 2,119,862 805,482 38.0
1990 2,466,516 697,709 28.3
1995 3,246,044 1,007,375 31.0
2000 3,806,055 1,227,954 32.3
2005 4,283,892 1,265,987 29.6
2010 4,966,664 1,452,790 29.3
2015 5,741,480 1,632,876 28.4
2018 6,171,793 1,728,409 28.0

The table below shows the population of registered refugees, other registered people, and refugees residing in camps, in 2018.[92] UNRWA's definition of Other Registered Persons refer to "those who, at the time of original registration did not satisfy all of UNRWA’s Palestine refugee criteria, but who were determined to have suffered significant loss and/or hardship for reasons related to the 1948 conflict in Palestine; they also include persons who belong to the families of other registered persons."[93]

Jordan Lebanon Syria West Bank Gaza Strip Total
Registered refugees 2,242,579 475,075 560,139 846,465 1,421,282 5,545,540
Other registered people 133,902 58,810 83,003 201,525 149,013 626,253
Total registered people 2,376,481 533,885 643,142 1,047,990 1,570,295 6,171,793
Refugees living within official camp borders 412,054 270,614 194,993 256,758 593,990 1,728,409
% living within camp borders 18.4% 57.0% 34.8% 30.3% 41.8% 31.2%

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  8. ^ UNRWA Rafah Camp
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  10. ^ UNRWA Jabalia Camp
  11. ^ UNRWA Khan Yunis Camp
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  13. ^ UNRWA Al-Shati Camp
  14. ^ UNRWA Nuseirat Camp
  15. ^ UNRWA Ain al-Hilweh
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  19. ^ UNRWA Jaramana
  20. ^ UNRWA Latakia Camp
  21. ^ UNRWA Bureij
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  25. ^ UNRWA Al-Abdali
  26. ^ UNRWA Maghazi (camp)
  27. ^ UNRWA Jerash
  28. ^ UNRWA Irbid
  29. ^ UNRWA Balata
  30. ^ UNRWA Deir al-Balah Camp
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  32. ^ UNRWA Husn Camp
  33. ^ UNRWA Burj el-Shemali
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  35. ^ UNRWA Shu'fat camp
  36. ^ UNRWA Qabr Essit
  37. ^ UNRWA Tulkarm Camp
  38. ^ UNRWA Beddawi refugee camp
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  40. ^ UNRWA Zarqa
  41. ^ UNRWA Bourj el-Barajneh
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  43. ^ UNRWA Souf Camp
  44. ^ UNRWA Askar (camp)
  45. ^ UNRWA Al-Nayrab
  46. ^ UNRWA Dheisheh
  47. ^ UNRWA Kalandia Camp
  48. ^ BADIL Refugee Survey 2016-18, pages 30-33
  49. ^ UNRWA Jenin Camp
  50. ^ UNRWA Jalazone
  51. ^ UNRWA Al-Sabinah
  52. ^ UNRWA Homs Camp
  53. ^ UNRWA Khan Dannun
  54. ^ UNRWA El-Buss refugee camp
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  56. ^ UNRWA Al-Arroub (camp)
  57. ^ UNRWA Khan al-Shih
  58. ^ UNRWA Shatila refugee camp
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  60. ^ UNRWA Nur Shams, Tulkarm
  61. ^ UNRWA Deraa
  62. ^ UNRWA Fawwar, Hebron
  63. ^ UNRWA Wavel
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  65. ^ UNRWA Hama
  66. ^ UNRWA Aqabat Jaber
  67. ^ BADIL Refugee Survey 2016-18, pages 30-33
  68. ^ UNRWA Far'a
  69. ^ UNRWA Talbieh Camp
  70. ^ UNRWA Ein Beit al-Ma'
  71. ^ BADIL Refugee Survey 2016-18, pages 30-33
  72. ^ UNRWA Am'ari
  73. ^ UNRWA Ein el Tal
  74. ^ UNRWA Nahr al-Bared
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  76. ^ UNRWA Mieh Mieh refugee camp
  77. ^ "Report on fact-finding mission to Lebanon 2 – 18 May 1998" (PDF). newtodenmark.dk. The Danish Immigration Service. 1 June 1998. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  78. ^ UNRWA Aida (camp)
  79. ^ UNRWA Dbayeh
  80. ^ "Report on fact-finding mission to Lebanon 2 – 18 May 1998" (PDF). newtodenmark.dk. The Danish Immigration Service. 1 June 1998. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  81. ^ UNRWA Ein as-Sultan
  82. ^ UNRWA 'Azza
  83. ^ UNRWA Deir 'Ammar Camp
  84. ^ Qaddura camp profile
  85. ^ UNRWA Mar Elias refugee camp
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  92. ^ in Figures 2019
  93. ^ Annual Operational Report 2019

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