|• Arabic||مخيّم الفوّار|
|State||State of Palestine|
|• Type||Refugee Camp|
|• Total||350 dunams (0.4 km2 or 0.2 sq mi)|
|• Density||22,000/km2 (56,000/sq mi)|
Fawwar (Arabic: مخيّم الفوّار) is a Palestinian town and refugee camp in the Hebron Governorate, located six kilometers southwest of Hebron in the southern West Bank. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, the camp had a population of 6,544 in 2007.
Fawwar Camp was established in 1949 to accommodate Palestinian refugees from Beersheba and Bayt Jibrin and the surrounding area on 350 dunams of land. There are two schools in the town: a boys' school and girls' school with roughly 1,050 students each.
- 2007 PCBS Census Archived December 10, 2010, at the Wayback Machine Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. p.119.
- Fawwar Refugee Camp UNRWA. 31 March 2005.
- Perlmann, Joel (November 2011 – February 2012). "The 1967 Census of the West Bank and Gaza Strip: A Digitized Version" (PDF). Levy Economics Institute. Retrieved 24 June 2016.
- Welcome to al-Fawwar R.C.
- Al Fawwar Camp (fact sheet), Applied Research Institute–Jerusalem (ARIJ)
- Al Fawwar Refugee Camp profile, ARIJ
- Al Fawwar Refugee Camp aerial photo, ARIJ
- Needs for development in Al Fawwar Refugee Camp based on the community and local authorities' assessment, ARIJ
- Fawwar, articles from UNWRA
|This geography of Palestine article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|