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Evaluation of agricultural policies in the Palestinian territories

Evaluation of agricultural policies in the Palestinian territories

(policy analysis matrix approach)

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Published by United Nations in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Bank.,
  • Gaza Strip.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture and state -- West Bank.,
    • Agriculture and state -- Gaza Strip.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEconomic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
      ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2058.7.Z8 E93 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 36 p. ;
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3622137M
      LC Control Number2002401046
      OCLC/WorldCa41919655

        “Maximum territory doesn’t mean all the land,” explained Segev, whose most recent book is the Ben Gurion biography A State at Any Cost. “It never has. Conditions in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)1 continue to be characterized by a stalled peace process, political instability, a protracted fiscal crisis, outbursts of violence in the.

        Waleed Assaf, the Palestinian Authority's agriculture minister, admits the government has not done enough for its farmers. Only 1% of the annual budget, and 4% of the development budget, is. Much of the analysis of COVID and Palestine examines the pandemic through a political lens. Palestinians in Israel and the territories have had less access to testing and information due to.

        The past two decades have seen international agencies pay closer attention to the relationship between conflict and development. An example of this is the UNDP and its conflict-related development analysis (CDA), which aims to identify the causes of conflict and design measures that will enhance development while reducing conflict. But the Palestinian territories--Gaza and Jericho--along with the rest of the West Bank are still in a kind of financial and legal limbo, a state that has held back investment and development and which threatens to go on indefinitely.


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Agriculture in the Palestinian Territories is a mainstay in the economy of the Palestinian production of agricultural goods supports the population's sustenance needs and fuels Palestine's export economy. According to the Council for European Palestinian Relations, the agricultural sector formally employs % of the population and informally employs 90% of the.

Get this from a library. Evaluation of agricultural policies in the Palestinian territories: (policy analysis matrix approach). [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.;]. Agricultural Policy Monitoring and Evaluation This annual report monitors and evaluates agricultural policies spanning all 6 continents, including the 36 OECD countries, the 5 non-OECD EU Member States, and 12 emerging economies.

Description of the Program. The Agriculture in Palestine Program is one of the most important programs offered by the Palestinian Center in Hebron.

This program seeks to acquaint participants with Palestinian agricultural issues in meeting the needs of Palestinian society and the support of the Palestinian economy.

In order to identify the nature of agricultural work, the Agriculture in. According to the Council for European Palestinian Relations, the agricultural sector formally employs % of the population and informally employs 90% of the population. Aroundhectares of land in the Palestinian territories are cultivated, of which around half is used for olive y group: Developing/Emerging, Lower.

Agricultural Policy Monitoring and Evaluation This annual report monitors and evaluates agricultural policies spanning all six continents, including the 37 OECD countries, the five non-OECD EU Member States, and 12 emerging economies.

evaluation of FAO’s Programme in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. We are grateful to FAO WBGS management and technical and administrative staff in the three offices of Jerusalem, Ramallah and Gaza for their constant and efficient assistance throughout the evaluation, and in particular the Deputy Programme Managers.

" The Foreign Policy of the EU in the Palestinian Territory ", Centre for European Policy Studies Working Documents, n°, May European Union -Palestinian Authority Action Plan Jan This policy aims to increase and green the area of agricultural land as well Forests in Palestinian Territories * policy in Palestine.

InUNCTAD published “Environment and Development Prospects in the West Bank and Gaza Strip,”*1 an article that detailed various parameters that affect the environment in the Palestinian territories. This was the first visionary study that correlated the status of the environment with prospects of development.

The study aimed to assist the PNA in understanding [ ]. About 57% of the total Palestinian agricultural lands, in irrigated and intensive cultures, particularly, depend totally on chemical pesticides as a major tool for pests and diseases control on crops (Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute-MAS ).

NGO Monitor’s review of the IOB’s “Evaluation of Dutch Development Cooperation in the Palestinian Territories ” shows that the evaluation fails to professionally, effectively, and impartially analyze the distribution of Dutch funds.

Instead, the evaluation relies on the self-reporting and opinions of Dutch government grantees. Palestine, and down to the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea. The Gaza Strip runs along the Mediterranean Sea on the edge of the Sinai and Negev deserts.

Rainfall in Israel / the Palestinian territories is highest in the north-west mountains and decreases as one moves. Presently, Palestine is divided into two geographic areas: the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip.

Agriculture is the largest sector of the Palestinian economy, generating over 22% of the Gross Domestic Product of the West Bank and Gaza and providing employment to over 15% of. The European Union Police Mission for the Palestinian Territories (EUPOL COPPS) was established in to contribute to the establishment of effective policing in support of an independent and.

On May 9, the PA Ministry of Agriculture reached an understanding with the PCBS to conduct a comprehensive agricultural survey of the West Bank and Gaza in to compile an updated database on the sector. The information will be used to develop new strategies and agricultural policies.

A group of Palestinian agronomists responding voluntarily to the deterioration in agricultural extension programs in the Jordan Valley area of the West Bank as a result of the Israeli occupation by offering expert advice to marginalized, poor farmers in the area.

Palestinian economy under occupation, with a particular emphasis on the trade sector, as well as the role played by the Palestinian Authority in shaping the nature and direction of trade policy in the occupied Palestinian territory.

Given the role of donors in the process of trade policymaking, the third. The April issue of American Behavioral Scientist explores the role of Palestinian Arab education as a public policy tool and reviews key issues regarding how education shapes culture, individual and communal development, social stratification, economics, and politics in Israel and the occupied Palestinian Territories.

the Occupied Palestinian Territories where poverty has reached record levels since the latest Israeli invasions, agricultural development can serve the Palestinian economy by lifting it from the cycle of poverty, underdevelopment and dependency.

This paper devises a theoretical framework for studying the status of agricultural. Yet, Brynen goes far beyond the obvious to expose the multilayered "development 'mosaic' in Palestine": a place of limited natural resources (land and water especially), an explosive rate of population growth, economic dependency on Israel (and the resulting subservience to Israeli policy whims, primarily border closures), cor-ruption among.In addition, immediately after the conquest of the Palestinian Territories, Israel launched its so-called Open Bridge policy (i.e.

the bridges across the Jordan) in order to safeguard its own market from Palestinian agricultural products. Within the framework of this policy, Palestinian farmers could continue to export products to Jordan.

This.ARIJ represents 20 years of combined organizational experience in the Palestinian Territories in the fields of economic, social, management of natural resources, water management, sustainable agriculture and political dynamics of development in the area. ARIJ plays an active role in the local community as an advocate for greater cooperation among local institutions as well as international and.