Occupied Palestinian Territory - OPT

Supporting the shelter and NFI needs of vulnerable households in Middle Area and Khan Yunis governorates in the Gaza Strip to minimize exposure to harsh weather and protection concerns

Occupied Palestinian Territory - OPT Humanitarian Action
May 2021
May 2021

This 9-month project aims at supporting vulnerable households in the Middle Area and Khan Yunis governorates in the Gaza Strip at risk of exposure to harsh weather and protection concerns meet their basic needs and enhance their coping capacity. In total, the project will directly benefit 300 vulnerable households, representing 2042 individuals, by providing tailored emergency NFIs and/or winterization assistance as well as shelter repair and/or adaptation of their most urgent shelter needs, especially those which can expose them to harsh weather and protection risks. In addition, two Community-Based Protection Committees (CBPCs) will be strengthened through the conduct of trainings.

Current projects

Multi-Sector Needs Assessment (MSNA) in OpT

Strengthening community-based preparedness and emergency response in the Middle Area, Khan Younis and Rafah governorates

Emergency WASH interventions to mitigate the most negative impacts of the COVID-19 crisis for vulnerable Palestinian communities

Emergency WASH intervention to improve the water supply chain in unconnected communities to mitigate the negative impacts of the COVID-19 crisis

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

Supporting the shelter and NFI needs of vulnerable households in Middle Area and Khan Yunis governorates in the Gaza Strip to minimize exposure to harsh weather and protection concerns