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Palestinian Umbrella for Resilience Support to the Economy (PURSE)

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Economic Monitoring Report to the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee

Despite signs of recovery after the easing of COVID-related measures, the fiscal situation remains highly challenging due to the accumulation of large arrears and very low aid. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic had a severe impact on the well-being of Palestinians.

Palestinian Territories' Economic Update — April 2022

The Palestinian economy was stagnant and the socio-economic situation already difficult prior to the breakout of COVID-19. This is attributed to restrictions on trade, movement and access, recurrent hostilities, internal divide, and falling aid inflows.

Sep 08, 2021

Palestinians Benefitting from Jobs and Training Despite COVID-19 Thanks to ...

The World Bank and partners launched its first employment-focused “Development Impact Bond” in the world in the Palestinian Territories to help people with job training and job placement.

Children in Beit Hanoun, Gaza.
The PURSE aims to provide a platform to harness Development Partners’, the World Bank’s, and the Palestinian Authority’s efforts to address development challenges and COVID-19 response at a strategic level.

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