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Assisting rural Palestinian communities in Area C of the West Bank, occupied Palestinian territory (Centre de Crise)

The main objective of the 12-month project is to provide farmers and Bedouin communities that are victims of external shocks with a rapid and coordinated humanitarian response aimed at preserving their livelihoods. The emergency response includes the delivery of emergency kits within the first 48 hours, followed by further assistance aiming at preserving livelihoods and facilitating the recovery of the 55 affected households (330 people in total) through various interventions, such as the rehabilitation of animal sheds and greenhouses, provision of water tanks, and hay distribution.