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Solar Electrification in Gaza

The energy crisis affecting the Gaza strip in recent years has had a significant impact on the delivery of a wide array of critical services, including in the health sector.  


Health, Education and Water and Sanitation Facilities Powered by Renewables in Gaza

The electricity crisis has had devastating consequences on the delivery of critical basis services, particularly in the areas of health, education, and water and sanitation in Gaza.  


Renewable Energy – Saving Lives and Livelihoods in Gaza

Gaza has been suffering from a chronic electricity deficit since 2006. The situation became dire after the 2014 hostilities, when the Gaza Power Plant (GPP) was destroyed.  


FAIR

FAIR aims to empower and strengthen national institutions to plan and deliver essential public and social Infrastructure in Area C and East Jerusalem through providing increased access to sustainable,…  


Towards a Resilient Energy Sector

UNDP is suggesting a new pilot model for future testing, scaling up, and replication in order to transform energy challenges in the State of Palestine into promising opportunities.An overarching…  


PVC for Rafah Wastewater Treatment Plant

The project will contribute to more sustainable and integrated water management in the Gaza Strip by supporting the reuse of treated wastewater for irrigation in the Rafah Governorate.  



Renewable Energy for All in Gaza


Harnessing of Solar Power to Treat Wastewater in Gaza

Over 170,000 Palestinians, including farmers, in Gaza will have improved access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services as a result of the treated waste water  


Renewable Energy for All project in Gaza

The project ensures equitable access to adequate health services through the provision of a renewable energy source for vital healthcare units at four hospitals in Gaza.  

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