- Deir 'Ammar (camp)
Deir Ammar Refugee Camp Other transcription(s) - Arabic مخيّم دير عمّار Coordinates: Coordinates: Governorate Ramallah & al-Bireh Government - Type Refugee Camp Area - Jurisdiction 145 dunams (0.1 km2 / 0.1 sq mi) Population (2006) - Jurisdiction 2,229
Deir Ammar (Arabic: مخيّم دير عمّار) is a Palestinian refugee camp in the Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate, located 30 kilometers (19 mi) northwest of Ramallah in the northern West Bank. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS), the camp had a population of 2,229 inhabitants in mid-year 2006.
The Deir Ammar camp was established in 1949 on a plot of land belonging to non-refugee residents of the village of Deir Ammar. In return, UNRWA's installations in the camp also provide services to non-refugee villagers. The camp falls under joint Israeli/Palestinian control in "Area B". The refugee camp has 2 schools, the boys school has 680 pupils and the girls school has 735 pupils.
- Deir 'Ammar, articles from UNWRA
Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate Cities
Municipalities Village councilsAboud · Abu Qash · Abwein · Ajjul · 'Atara · Beitin · Beit Ur al-Fauqa · Beit Ur al-Tahta · Bil'in · Beit Sira · Budrus · Burham · Burqa · Deir Ibzi · Deir Jarir · Deir Abu Mash'al · Deir Nidham · Deir Qaddis · Deir as-Sudan · Dura al-Qar' · Ein 'Arik · Ein Qiniya · Ein Siniya · Ein Yabrud · al-Janiya · Jifna · Kafr Ein · Kafr Malik · Kafr Ni'ma · Kharbatha al-Misbah · Kharbatha Bani Harith · Khirbet Abu Falah · Kobar · al-Lubban al-Gharbi · al-Midya · al-Mughayyir · Nabi Salih · Qarawat Bani Zeid · Qibya · Rammun · Rantis · Ras Karkar · Saffa · Shuqba · Surda · Yabrud Refugee camps Palestinian refugee camps1 locations and populations as of 2005 Gaza Strip
Abu Dis Aida 3,260 Am'ari 8,083 Aqabat Jabr 5,197 al-'Arrub 9,180 Askar 31,894 'Azza 1,828 Balata 41,681 Deir Ammar 2,189 Dheisheh 10,923 Ein Beit al-Ma' 6,221 Ein as-Sultan 1,888 Far'a 12,836 Fawwar 7,072 Jalazone 9,284 Jenin 35,050 Kalandia 9,188 Nur Shams 8,179 Shuafat (Shu'fat) 9,567 Tulkarm 17,2591 The UNRWA definition of a "Palestinian refugee" is a person "whose normal place of residence was Palestine between June 1946 and May 1948, who lost both their homes and means of livelihood as a result of the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict ... UNRWA's definition of a refugee also covers the descendants of persons who became refugees in 1948." 
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