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The UN request for emergency assistance in response to the deteriorating humanitarian situation as a result of: The cumulative impact of movement and access.

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1 The UN request for emergency assistance in response to the deteriorating humanitarian situation as a result of: The cumulative impact of movement and access restrictions on Palestinian livelihoods. The Palestinian Authority fiscal crisis. The erosion of the public sector. The increased violence and lack of protection for civilians. $ 454 million Emergency Appeal for

2 Largest Emergency Appeal May $ Million Mio$

3 Levels of Funding for % Shortfall By Sector 66% Funded $ Million

4 2007 Requirements Sector Requirements (million US$) Jobs and Cash Assistance 198 Food 150 Health and Psychosocial Support 36 Water and Sanitation 34 Coordination and Support Services 14 Agriculture 11 Education 9 Protection/Human Rights/Rule Of Law 2 14 NGOs 12 UN Agencies

5 Humanitarian Priority Areas  Employment generation and food aid to address the significant increase in poverty and food insecurity.  Targeted actions in health, education and social affairs to ease the effects of weakening public delivery systems.  New efforts in the areas of agriculture, livestock, water and sanitation to strengthen self sustainability and livelihoods.  Enhance monitoring systems to better analyse humanitarian and protection needs. In line with: The Palestinian Authority’s emergency programme Complementing: The Temporary International Mechanism

6 Thank You For more information on CAP documents, humanitarian maps and reports


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