Learn more


Germany Allocates Euro 17 million through UNDP to Respond to COVID-19

The Government of Germany, through its Development Bank (KfW), and UNDP sign an agreement in the amount of Euro 17 million. The Investment Programme for Resilience (IPR) will support Palestinian…  


Advancing through Sensemaking

Palestinian Accelerator Lab selected alongside six other Country Offices to be part of the first cohort of ‘Deep Demonstrations’ supported by the Innovation Facility, as a commitment to focus on…  


From Crisis to Opportunity

UNDP’s Accelerator Lab is running an experiment to link 20-30 women cooperatives and small producers to an online marketing platform through establishing a specialized online store for traditional…  


Rethinking Higher Education Conference

The webinar series presented through the conference were developed and conducted by Palestinian students from Gaza and the West Bank, and Syrian refugees from across the MENA region who are directly…  


Business As Usual!

In the face of socio-economic hardships in Gaza, and the COVID-19 pandemic, the partnership between UNDP and SDC yielded job opportunities for over 2,620 youth and the establishment of 140 start-ups.…  


Government of Norway Partners with UNDP to Provide Critical Medical Supplies in Gaza

supporting Ministry of Health’s response to Covid-19 and reducing the risk facing medical staff who are on the frontlines fighting the pandemic.  


Quarantined in besieged Gaza!

“We miss the sea! The school and the streets.” Waking up daily to hear those sentences from my kids was frustrating enough to understand that this is another level of the prolonged blockade on Gaza.  


Adapting through the Uncertainty of the Pandemic

Faced with this unforeseen pandemic, the overall challenge we are all facing is to bring it all together: not enough data around the cases, the readiness of the health system to accommodate the recent…  


Sensemaking in a Nonsensical Development Context

UNDP’s sensemaking - identifying the most pressing challenges, along with the development of responsive acceleration towards addressing bottlenecks.  


Water Solutions in the State of Palestine

Water resources are scarce in the State of Palestine, leading to a dramatically low water consumption per person of 70 liters/day, far lower than the global average of 340 liters per person.  

UNDP Around the world

You are at UNDP Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People 
Go to UNDP Global