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Source: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
21 December 2016

Palestine 2030: Demographic Change - Opportunities for Development

This is the first report that provides comprehensive evidence and understanding of the linkages between population dynamics and development and where Palestine stands in terms of demographic transition.

The study demonstrates how population trends and dynamics play a powerful role in development and therefore must be factored into planning and policy decision. It is clear that long term planning in Palestine is hampered by the decade long occupation and dependence on foreign assistance. Nevertheless by taking a long term view of Population Dynamics, we can influence socio-economic development positively.

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UNFPA-PMO Study - English.pdfUNFPA-PMO Study - English.pdf

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