Palestine's Economic Update - April 2019 - World Bank
Palestine's Economic Update - April 2019. Real GDP growth in the Palestinian economy was barely positive in 2018 due to a steep deterioration in Gaza and a slowdown in the West Bank. Gaza’s economy has been kept afloat in recent years by large transfers including donor aid and spending through the budget of the Palestinian Authority (PA ...
Palestine's Economic Update — October 2019 - World Bank
The most recent national accounts data for the first quarter of 2019 reveals a bounce back with the Palestinian economy growing by 3.8% year-on- year: 4.2% in the West Bank and 2% in Gaza. This growth is mostly due to a base effect as the first quarter of 2018 was especially weak. Also, the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) fiscal crises started ...
Palestine: Improving Teaching Quality in Primary Schools
Palestine: Improving Teaching Quality in Primary Schools. 4.923075. 15 Discussions. Good teachers with on the job training have a direct impact on the learning and success of students. Recognizing that need and translating it into active strategy is investing in the future of Palestinian children and their resilience to challenges – such ...
Palestine is considered a low-income country, with GDP per capita at $2,649 in constant 2010 dollars and $4,715 in constant prices at purchasing power parity as of end-2015. During 2007–2011 the Palestinian economy grew at a healthy rate of 8 percent. In 2012, the.
Palestine: Improving Teaching Quality in Primary Schools - World Bank
In 2010 the World Bank Teacher Education Improvement Project stepped in, targeting 1st through 4th grade classrooms, with a focus on collaborations with well-known local Universities. The goal of this project was to enrich the base of the education system in Palestine by improving the quality of its primary school teachers. Starting in 2015 ...
Palestinian Recovery and Development Plan Multi-Donor Trust Fund
Donors. The purpose of the Palestinian Recovery and Development Plan Multi-Donor Trust Fund (PRDP-MDTF) is to help donors support the Palestinian Authority’s policy agenda as expressed in the PA’s National Policy Agenda 2017-2022 by channeling budget support for its implementation. Last Updated: Jun 15, 2021.
Palestinian Partnership for Infrastructure Trust Fund - World Bank
The development objective of the Partnership for Infrastructure Development in the West Bank and Gaza Multi-Donor Trust Fund (PID MDTF) is to improve the coverage, quality, and sustainability of infrastructure in the West Bank and Gaza (WB&G) through financial and technical assistance (TA) to the Palestinian Authority (PA) for infrastructure development, related capacity building, and ...
The World Bank In West Bank and Gaza
The World Bank’s engagement in the Palestinian territories began in November 1992. Grants, financed from the World Bank’s own resources and supplemented by trust funds contributed by donors, fund the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) projects in water, energy, urban and local development, social protection, education, health, solid waste management, digital development, financial sector and ...