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GAZA: On August 24, journalists attended a joint media event on the situation of Gaza’s WASH sector one year on since the 2014 ceasefire, organized by the Emergency Water Sanitation and Hygiene Group (EWASH) and the Coastal Municipalities Water Utilities (CMWU). A background briefing was combined with a field trip to damaged WASH infrastructure facilities. […]

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In Gaza, less than half of the estimated electricity demand is met. This is mainly due to the impact of the blockade on the entry of materials necessary to repair the war damages and on the availability of fuel. The latter is also negatively affected by internal issues. As a result of the electricity crisis, […]

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[PRESS RELEASE – EWASH Advocacy Task Force – August 18, 2015] One year since the ceasefire that ended the summer 2014 war on Gaza, the water and sanitation (WASH) situation across the Gaza Strip remains very critical. The US$ 34 million damage caused to major water and sanitation infrastructure during the war and the blockade […]

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