Emergency assistance for farmers affected by the Wall

Essawi, Saed; Ardell, Emily
August 2006
Forced Migration Review;Aug2006, Vol. 1 Issue 26, p32
Academic Journal
The article discusses the efforts by the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) to assist Palestinian farmers affected by the separation wall built by the Israeli government in the West Bank. It describes the social and economic impact of the separation wall on Palestinian farmers in the West Bank. The steps by which the CRS implemented its emergency farming assistance are explained. The challenges encountered by project staff in the project implementation, and the outcomes of the project are discussed.


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