Occupied Palestinian Territory - OPT

Appuyer une croissance durable et sans exclusive dans le territoire palestinien occupé grâce à l’utilisation d’outils numériques

Occupied Palestinian Territory - OPT Zero Poverty
June 2019
June 2021

This 3-year project’s general objective is to bypass the obstacles to development in the occupied Palestinian territories by exploiting the potential of digital tools. The specific objective of the project will be to enhance young Palestinians’ employability through the improvement of their digital perspectives. These objectives will be achieved through the reinforcement of capacities and coordination mechanisms for key digital stakeholders, improvement of access to digital literacy resources for young Palestinians, and the provision of resources and tools for Palestinian young entrepreneurs to realize their business ideas. The project will directly benefit 2,500 people, including 750 women and 125 people with disabilities. The action will also reach a wider range of indirect beneficiaries at a national and regional level through the platform, and the creation of a forum for all aspiring and young entrepreneurs to connect with established entrepreneurs at a local and international level.

Current projects

Ensure accessibility and safety of WASH facilities in health care centers and increase access to hygiene and health services for the most the most vulnerable Palestinians in H2 area of Hebron

Improving quarantine centers’ and vulnerable households’ capacities to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic

Shelter emergency assistance to vulnerable households exposed to harsh weather and protection concerns in the Gaza Strip

Integrated WASH support to improve sanitation practices and services, water quality for human consumption for vulnerable families by strengthening the responsiveness of the Wadi as Salqa community

Supporting sustainable and inclusive growth in the Occupied Palestinian Territory through the use of digital tools

Supporting sustainable and inclusive growth in the occupied Palestinian Territory through digital inclusion

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