Phase (III): “Deep preparation and improved response capacity to address the water shortages affecting Palestinian communities in the West Bank through increased effectiveness of civil society participation and institutions in the coordination and monitoring of water resources, water and sanitation”

There is currently a chronic and very marked crisis in access to water by Palestinian communities, especially those living in Area C, under Israeli administrative and military control following the Oslo (1993) agreements, with a scarce and unequal access to water resources, which continues to increase the vulnerability of many of these communities and families.

The project aims to improve the living conditions of the people of the West Bank through the availability of harmonized, up-to-date, complete and reliable data on access to water, resulting in better and more effective interventions in development cooperation and humanitarian aid projects. The project also aims to improve coordination and responsiveness between these actors, both governmental and international agencies, international and Palestinian organizations working in the water and sanitation sector in the West Bank, in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT).

Project Duration

12 Months

Starting Date

21 - 03 - 2019

Ending Date

21 - 03 - 2020

Project Status


Project Donor

Ayuntamiento de Valencia

Project Location

63 Communities in Nablus and Tubas Governments