At least 101 employees of the main United Nations agency working in the Palestinian territories have been killed in Gaza since October 7, the agency said Friday.
"Mothers, fathers, teachers, nurses, doctors, guards, logisticians, support staff, all at the service of their community," UNRWA said. "We honor their memory and their service."
Earlier Friday, UNRWA head Philippe Lazzarini also said he was "devastated" by the deaths of colleagues and called for a humanitarian ceasefire.
The UN agency has more than 10,000 people working in its Gaza Field Office, according to the UNRWA website.