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FAO West Bank and Gaza Strip Newsletter - May 2009

FAO West Bank and Gaza Strip Newsletter - May 2009
May 2009

FAO’s main objective in the West Bank and Gaza Strip is to provide a safety net for food insecure farming/herding households whose traditional livelihoods are endangered and whose coping mechanisms are overstretched. Food security information and analysis is also a key area for FAO in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, promoting interagency cooperation to address social protection concerns. FAO is currently managing a portfolio of twenty projects across the West Bank and Gaza Strip, benefiting more than 8 000 households, and with a budget totalling over USD 17 600 000. These projects are funded by the Governments of Canada, Italy, Japan, Norway, Spain, and Sweden. In addition, FAO’s emergency activities in Gaza are funded by Belgium and Qatar.

Inside this newsletter:

  • Project Assisting Palestinian Women Completed Successfully
  • Gaza Flash Appeal Update
  • Date Palm Project Expands Activities
  • 2008 APIS Report
  • Food Security Monitoring Continues
  • Beneficiary Testimonies: Gazan Women
  • Feed Centre Opened in Tubas
  • FAO’s Drought Response Plan