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 -  In the past Gaza crisis Palestinian farmers, fishers and herders face many challenges to make a living. As the Separation Barrier and Israeli settlements expand, farmers have increasingly less land and water ...READ MORE
 - To alleviate food insecurity and enhance the resilience of the most vulnerable households through an improved approach to direct humanitarian livelihoods support and to improve humanitarian more
 - The West Bank and Gaza Strip (WBGS) faces a protracted crisis characterized by access restrictions to natural resources (water and land), recurrent conflict, a longstanding economic more
 - The situation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip is characterized by ongoing political stalemate, regular exposure to violence, continuing restrictions on access and movement of more
 - The overall Humanitarian Appeal for 2011 launched by United Nations agencies, non-governmental aid agencies and other international organizations is an appeal for financial support, but also more
 - The humanitarian situation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip worsened in 2009, largely as a result of Israel’s military operations in the Gaza Strip, which more
 - 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 more
 - Following the droughts in 2006 and 2008, the present shortfall in precipitation for this year is compounding the water shortage situation in the West Bank. This more
 - Between 27 December 2008 and 19 January 2009, the Gaza Strip was the site of intense military operations, including bombardment by land, sea and air. Twenty-three more
 - As the shaky ceasefires announced in Israel and Gaza on 17 and 18 January continue, FAO staff and partners can survey the full extent of the more
 - Almost all of Gaza's 13 000 families who depend on farming, herding and fishing have suffered damage to their assets during the recent conflict and many more
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