West Bank and Gaza - Assessment of Restrictions on Palestinian Water ...
West Bank and Gaza - Assessment of Restrictions on Palestinian Water Sector Development. c b. Tweet Like Share # Shares: 0. Download. English PDF 3.223MB. Text file 607.4KB. Published. 2009-04-01. Journal 1 of 1. Author(s) World Bank. Metadata. Show full item record. Abstract
West Bank and Gaza - Transport Sector Strategy Note
The prevailing reality in the West Bank and Gaza, with its profound dependence on international aid and Israel, the stifling man-made regime of internal and external barriers to mobility, and the limited say on its economic policies and trade, is unique in the world. This report provides a detailed analysis of poverty and its close and enduring ...
Seeing is Believing : Poverty in the Palestinian Territories - World Bank
The Palestinian Territories have a uniquely fragmented geography, characterized by the isolation of Gaza from the rest of the world, and the man-made barriers to mobility within the West Bank. The internal mobility restrictions imposed by Israel, unique to the West Bank, play an important role in explaining spatial variations in outcomes within ...
West Bank and Gaza
Starting a Business - West Bank and Gaza Figure – Starting a Business in West Bank and Gaza and comparator economies – Ranking and Score DB 2019 Starting a Business Score 0 100 84.43: Jordan (Rank: 106) 84.11: Egypt, Arab Rep. (Rank: 109) 82.00: Regional Average (Middle East & North Africa) 80.99: Syrian Arab Republic (Rank: 136)
Financial Literacy and Consumer Awareness Survey in the West Bank and Gaza
The survey subsequently aims to identify appropriate methods for expanding consumer education and strengthening consumer rights in the West Bank and Gaza. The collected data can be used to develop a toolkit for financial services and consumer protection in the West Bank and Gaza.
Transforming Teacher Education in the West Bank and Gaza : Policy ...
Abstract This paper provides a comprehensive review of the World Bank–supported Teacher Education Improvement Project for Grades 1-4 Class Teachers in the West Bank and Gaza (2008-19) and has important policy implications for similar initiatives in other developing economies.
The World Bank
In Gaza, the employment situation is even more severe and unemployment more pronounced (Figure 2). Unemployment rates increase as youth exit education. Unemployment peaks at 35% among 26-year-old men and at 22% among 23-year-old women. Figure 2: Labor force status in Gaza by gender, 2009
Palestinian Digital Economy Assessment
Accelerating digital transformation and building a well-connected Palestinian economy will entail strengthening both analog and non-analog foundations. Three key areas that require the immediate attention of Palestinian policy makers are: (1) improving the digital infrastructure, (2) updating the legal and regulatory framework, and (3) ensuring ...
MENA must take bold action against Gender-Based Violence (GBV)
The MENA region of the World Bank has decided to integrate its GBV prevention and response into a comprehensive plan of action. GBV has devastating effects on the health and well-being of individuals and societies. As a source of psychological and physical trauma, it is also costly for economies, affecting the human capital of survivors, labor ...
Four facets of water in MENA’s conflict and forced displacement crisis
Using data from Duke University’s Targeting of Infrastructure in the Middle East (TIME) database, our report finds that, since 2011, there have been at least 180 instances in which water infrastructure was targeted in conflicts in Gaza, Yemen, Syria, and Libya, leaving hundreds of thousands without access to water. As more battles are fought ...