Impact of electricity crisis in Gaza: reduced water quality, additional untreated sewage pumped into the sea and hospitals on the brink of stopping essential services
April 25, 2017. The power shortage in Gaza is preventing operation of water pumping stations and sewage treatment facilities. Hospitals will be forced to discontinue essential services within a week.
Allowing more Gaza-grown vegetables to be marketed in Israel is in everyone’s interest
April 20, 2017. The price of tomatoes in Israel is going up again and once more raising the question of why more tomatoes can’t come in from Gaza.
Electricity supply in Gaza Strip reduced to six-hour intervals only
April 19, 2017. Following a dispute over fuel taxation between Hamas authorities and the PA, fuel supply to Gaza has stopped. Gaza’s power plant shut down on Saturday.