The agency has been smoothing the path for refugee children re-entering the school system and planning for the restoration of ancient sites.
By easing up on the required paperwork, the kingdom is allowing thousands more refugee children to attend its public schools.
Children in Sanaa and in much of northern Yemen are being deprived of education due to a continued strike over the suspension of teachers' salaries.
The country's education system is close to collapse, with damaged infrastructure, a shortage of textbooks, and an ongoing teachers' strike.
A local organisation has launched a campaign that fosters tolerance and counter-extremism among Yemeni students.
Two new programmes that seek to foster citizenship and a culture of peace and non-violence among Lebanese and Syrian students will be implemented in Lebanon this school year.
As the academic year begins, schools have not opened in areas controlled by the Houthis, where teachers are striking over unpaid salaries.
A Lebanese government campaign is working to ensure that Syrian refugee children and Lebanese nationals return to school this autumn.
Local and international organisations are providing key learning support to help Syrian and Lebanese children prepare for school.
A new grant awarded to UNICEF Jordan is helping the kingdom improve and expand educational services provided to Syrian refugees.