Two years after the end of the most devastating round of hostilities in the Gaza Strip since 1967, signicant progress has been made in the reconstruction. However, addressing outstanding needs will require greater uninterrupted flow of material, new funding, as well as renewed emphasis on sectors that are vital to economic recovery.
For a full version of the UN’s analysis of progress, needs and challenges in the Gaza Strip two years after the 2014 hostilities, please click here.
* All data is as of 23 August 2016, unless otherwise indicated.
1. This relates to houses for which funding has been secured but reconstruction work is yet to begin.
2. This relates to houses for which funding has not yet been secured.
3. Source: World Bank as of April 2016.
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