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Source: Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
31 October 2009



UNITED NATIONS
Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
occupied Palestinian territory

ThEThE hUmTHE HUMANITARIAN MONITOR
October 2009

    ISSUES COVERED THIS MONTH
    West Bank, including East Jerusalem: Upward trend in direct-conflict casualties continues • Casualties from settler violence remain high; Palestinians attempt to harvest olives amidst settler violence • Demolitions resume in East Jerusalem after six week lull • Movement and access developments • Humanitarian Access in the West Bank

    Gaza Strip: Relative calm in Gaza; casualties decrease, but tunnels continued to claim lives • Commodities Import • Winter approaching, ban on entry of essential materials further exacerbates poor living conditions • Fuel Imports • Patient • Referral Abroad • Ongoing addressing the water and sanitation crisis • UNRWA undertaking health assessments to identify possible causes of poor academic performance

    Other oPt issues: Save the Children UK releases findings on forced displacement • New report on administrative detention • Consolidated Appeals Process and HRF update





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