Despite being aimed at academics, new book offers a biting critique of capitalist experiments in Palestine. Read more about How development aid has failed Palestine and benefitted Israel
Europe is paying for services that Israel is legally obliged to provide as the occupying power. Read more about Is EU aid a smokescreen around Palestine's problems?
International “aid” after the 1993 Oslo accords helped make Palestinians worse, not better off. What can be done to turn things around? Read more about Where have $23 billion spent on Oslo “peace process” gone?
Donors have helped undermine human rights, say groups working in the West Bank. Read more about Farmers' markets bypass foreign aid to Palestine
Groups trying to help Palestinians should not ask the occupier for permits. Read more about Stop playing by Israel's rules, aid workers urged
Growing vegetables in rooftop gardens empowers Palestinian families who live in an overcrowded refugee camp. Read more about Rooftop gardens project aims to reduce refugees' dependence on aid
Most of Gaza’s industrial factories have closed and remained shut since Israel sealed the borders and devastated the export economy beginning in 2006. Read more about Siege leaves 80 percent of Gaza's factories shut
Israeli control and major donors prioritizing their relationship with Israel prevent the delivering effective aid to Palestinians living under occupation. Read more about Why aid projects in Palestine are doomed to fail
Both Israel and the Palestinian Authority come under sharp criticism in Raja Shehadeh’s Occupation Diaries. Read more about Review: tortured optimism in Raja Shehadeh's "Occupation Diaries"
A new report by the European Commission indicates that 82 humanitarian aid projects that it funded in the West Bank and Gaza Strip were destroyed or damaged by Israeli military attacks between 2001-2011. Read more about Israel causes $66 million worth of damage to EU-funded aid projects
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