Tag Archives: EWASH

Bedouin in the West Bank: Settler attacks, denial of water

31st July 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Nablus Team | Huwwara, Occupied Palestine In Huwwara, 9km south of Nablus there are two Bedouin families who have been living in tents with their animals since the start of June. They are usually camped near Hebron or in the Naqab desert, but for the summer they are […]

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In Gaza – Farming with a Grain of Salt

Gaza Under Attack – Timeline | In pictures Aug-Sept 2011 | Oct-Nov 2011 | Dec 2011 22 December 2011 | Palestinian Center for Human Rights Farming on land that has become almost impossible to farm is now daily reality for 62 year old Naeem El Laham, also known as Abu Mohammed. Together with his wife, […]

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Palestinian Youth Deliver “Thirsting for Justice” Petition to European Diplomatic Representations

Related: When will the UN bring Human Rights to Palestine? “Access to safe water is a fundamental human need and therefore a basic human right.” Kofi Annan PNN – Palestine News Network –  15.11.11 – 21:56 EWASH Representatives of the Jerusalem Youth Parliament delivered on Thursday a photo petition to European diplomatic representations as part […]

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UN Special Committee Report: Water-related excerpts Palestine

Related Special Topic – No Water, No Sewerage Nov  9, 2011 | EWASH -It was emphasized that pregnant women did not have access to sufficient nutrients to safely and successfully carry their pregnancies full term. It was alleged that that was likely to be driving the increasing incidence of stunting in Gaza and the fact […]

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EWASH: One Year since Israel Announced Easing of Blockade Policy but Clean Water not Flowing Easily

PNN – Palestine News Network –  15.07.11 – 14:36 Gaza – PNN – The Water Sanitation and Hygiene Group (EWASH) issued a report saying that even though Israel announced last year that it will ease the blockade; Gaza Strip residents still don’t have clean water running from their taps as up to 95 percent of […]

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