Integrated Report for The Palestinian Agro-Production and Marketing System
The report has been prepared as part of “Strengthening of the Commercial and Marketing capacities of small and medium vulnerable Palestinian farmers from the Tubas Region through trade to the Israeli and International Markets” project, where five agricultural cooperatives located in six villages were targeted in the north-eastern part of the Jordan Valley: Bardala, Kardala, Ain Albayda, Wadi al Far’a and Tammun from Tubas Governorate and Furush Beit Dajan from Nablus Governorate.
 
Socio-Economic and Food Security Atlas
he Socio-Economic and Food Security Atlas is one of the first Atlases produced which relates to food security issues at the national level in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) and in the Arab world. This new tool will be part of the already existing Food Security Monitoring System that is implemented by the WFP, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) as to combat poverty and improve the food security status in the oPt.
 
Geopolitical Status of Qalqiliya Governorate
he book presents the geopolitical status of Qalqiliya Governorate. It starts with an overview of the Israeli segregation plan in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and then discusses the how Palestinian resources like agricultural areas, forests and water are isolated by this segregation plan. The book also includes a historical background of the changing boundaries of Qalqiliya Governorate, and the changes under Oslo agreement.
 
Policy Tools towards Sustainable Land Use and Urban Environmental Management Under a Transitional Political Context
This study serves as a summary for the methodology, research findings, and primary recommendations which have emerged from the PRIPODE project. Rather than a reproduction of the final report, it is a distillation of the main aspects of the research findings. The first part (a profile of the targeted area) briefly introduces to the reader the socio-economic and demographic context which has informed the course of the study. In the second part, an analysis on the environmental and social challenges facing the Bethlehem, Beit Jala, and Beit Sahour Municipalities is offered.
 
A Review of the Agricultural Sector
This publication – published in 2007 – offers a comprehensive review of the Palestinian Agricultural Sector, which faces a number of serious constraints, most of which are a direct result of the activities of Israeli control. The ongoing construction of the separation wall and the increasing number of physical impediments to movement, such as roadblocks and checkpoints are all having a dramatic effect on the ability of farmers to access their lands and markets.
 
Status of the Environment in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
The book provides a narrative, statistical and cartographic description of the current environmental status in the OPT and shows the trends of the major environmental indicators over the period from 1997 till 2007. It also includes a list of recommendations to monitor and control further environmental degradation, and to carry out restoration actions in environmental hot spots. The book is divided into three main parts: Part One “Land, Demography and Economic Sectors”; Part Two “Environmental Challenges”; and Part Three “National and International Aspects”.
 
Geopolitical Status of Hebron Governorate
The book presents the geopolitical status of Hebron Governorate. It starts with an overview of the Israeli segregation plan in the city and then discusses how Palestinian resources are affected by it. In addition, the book presents the military orders in the area, and the Israeli colonization activities including settlements’ outposts, the new Israeli settlements’ plans, and life inside Hebron’s old city (H2). Furthermore, information about bypass roads, Israeli checkpoints, the segregation wall, and the impact of all these on the social life, economy, and demography are presented
 
Geopolitical Status of Jerusalem Governorate
The book presents the geopolitical status of Jerusalem Governorate. It discusses how Palestinian resources like agricultural areas, forests and water are isolated by this segregation plan. The book also includes a historical background of the changing boundaries of Jerusalem Governorate, and the expanding Israeli settlements between 1996-2005.
 
Geopolitical Status of Ramallah Governorate
The book presents the geopolitical status of Ramallah Governorate. It starts with an overview of the Israeli segregation plan in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and then discusses the how Palestinian resources like agricultural areas, forests and water are isolated by this segregation plan. The book also includes a historical background of the changing boundaries of Bethlehem Governorate, and the changes under Oslo agreement.
 
Analysis of Urban Trends and Land Use Changes in the Gaza Strip between 2001 – 2005
The book focuses on urbanization and its physical impact upon all of the Gaza Strip Governorates (i.e. North Gaza, Gaza, Deir al Balah, Khan Yunis and Rafah). It gives an introduction about the demography and Israeli colonization in the Gaza strip, then moves to talks about the spatial analysis of urban growth trends at macro scale. In addition, the book includes a chapter about future direction of urban growth (development) analysis and perspectives, and another on the Gaza Strip disengagement plan. The book also has an Arabic summary of all chapters at the end.

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