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What is the Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism (GRM)? The GRM is a temporary agreement between the Palestinian Authority (PA), Israel and the United Nations (UN) that went into effect after the attack on the Gaza Strip in 2014. The GRM sets out procedures supposedly to enable the entry of essential construction materials into the Gaza Strip which is under Israeli blockade.
A document obtained by The Electronic Intifada revealed that the UN was warned that its database of potential aid recipients in Gaza could provide Israel with targets for future attacks.
Diplomats and UN officials were also warned that plans for rebuilding Gaza after it was attacked by Israel in 2014 violated international law.
This summary of a survey about international actors in Palestine concludes significant, widespread and costly movement and access challenges the INGO's are facing as they deliver aid to Palestinians. By: Association of International Development Agencies. (www.aidajerusalem.org).
2011. 13 pages. English only.
This assessment of the role EU aid is playing in the Gaza Strip calls for change in EU policy. By: CIDSE Working Group on Palestine/Israel (http://www.cidse.org/). 2009. 20 pages. English only.
This assessment and critique of international humanitarian response was released one year after the 2008-2009 Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip. It includes a call to action. By: Several international NGOs including Diakonia, MAP-UK, Mercy Corps, Oxfam and others. 2009. 18 pages. English only.