The Humanitarian Monitor (New from May 2006)
Special Focus (New from May 2006)
Humanitarian Update Access and Protection
Gaza Strip: Access reports ( discontinued )
Humanitarian monitoring reports (Bertini Commitments, discontinued)
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 23 - 29 June 2010
Three Palestinians killed in Gaza and at least 36 Palestinians injured in clashes in East Jerusalem. In the West Bank, the number of settler-related incidents declined. Demolition and issuance of eviction and demolition orders continue. In Gaza, various new items continue to enter the Strip. Tunnel-related incidents. A second attack on UNRWA summer games locations. Fuel crisis further deepened with long power cuts of 16 hours a day.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 16 - 22 June 2010
Eleven Palestinians injured throughout the oPt; another Palestinian killed and two others injured in tunnel-related incidents in Gaza. In East Jerusalem: new demolition and eviction plans announced. In the West Bank, significant decline in Israeli settler violence, nonetheless, damage to agricultural asset continues. Issuance of eviction and stop-work orders in Area C continue. Movement and access update. In Gaza, Israel announces an easing of the blockade. UNRWA summer games launched. Power crisis continues; industrial fuel and cooking gas shortfalls continue.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 9 - 15 June 2010
In the West Bank, one Palestinian killed and 13 others injured. Fewer settler attacks recorded. Israeli authorities demolish nine structures; an Area C school was issued demolition orders. Movement and access update. In Gaza, Palestinian casualties decline; incidents along the border continue. Two Palestinians died in tunnel-related incidents. Rafah crossing allows a few hundreds to cross daily. The blockade enters its fourth year; limited entry of new items continues. Industrial fuel and cooking gas shortfalls continue.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 2 - 8 June 2010
In the West Bank, 18 Palestinians injured by Israeli forces and seven others by Israeli settlers. Israeli authorities continue to issue evacuation and demolition orders in Area C. Package of access easings partially implemented. In Gaza, six Palestinians killed and three others injured. Tomato crops at risk of damage by a new pest. Rafah crossing opens until further notice. Imports decline; new items enter Gaza. Shortages of industrial fuel and cooking gas continue.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 26 May - 1 June 2010
Ships carrying aid to Gaza intercepted; at least nine international activists killed. In the West Bank, at least 20 Palestinians injured. Israeli settler-related incidents continue. New easings on Palestinian movement implemented. Additional people at risk of displacement in Area C. In Gaza, violence escalates: five Palestinians killed and 39 injured. National NGOs closed down by Hamas. Tunnels continue to claim lives; seven fatalities and 14 injuries. Increase in imports; entry of building materials for two projects continued. Imports of industrial fuel and cooking gas remain below estimated needs.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 19 - 25 May 2010
In the West Bank, nine Palestinians injured. Israeli settler-related incidents continue. Israeli authorities announced an easing of access restrictions. Demolition orders issued in Area C and East Jerusalem. In Gaza, the border with Israel remains tense; two Palestinians killed and two others injured. An UNRWA summer games camp vandalized. Humanitarian agencies highlight the blockade's impact on agricultural sector. Over 5,500 Palestinians cross into Egypt through Rafah. Imports of industrial fuel and cooking gas remain below needs. Limited entry of construction materials continues; imports decline.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 12 - 18 May 2010
In the West Bank, Palestinian injuries by Israeli forces declined; three Palestinians injured this week. Israeli-settler related incidents; one Palestinian killed and six others injured. A new wave of stop-work orders in Area C. Movement and access updates; three villages 'released' from a Barrier enclave. In Gaza, incidents along the border continue, resulting in three casualties. Death sentences carried out for the second time this year. Hamas authorities demolish 12 houses. Ad-hoc opening of Rafah Crossing; over 3,500 exit Gaza. Recreational event held. A further decline in imports of fuel and cooking gas. Limited entry of construction materials continues.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 5 - 11 May 2010
In the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, 24 Palestinians injured. Israeli-settler related incidents continue. Update on demolition orders in Area C. Checkpoint incident impedes access to the Jordan Valley. In Gaza, no Palestinian casualties; Israeli restrictions on land and sea continue. Tunnels continue to claim lives; one Palestinian killed. Imports remain limited to certain types of goods; no exports leave Gaza. Fuel and cooking gas imports remain below needs.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 28 Apr - 4 May 2010
In the West Bank, Israeli forces injure 14 Palestinians, while settlers physically assault a six-year-old child and damage Palestinian property. Demolition and stop work orders against five structures delivered in Area C and a fire, suspected to be arson, breaks out in a mosque, In the Gaza Strip, one Palestinian killed in a demonstration and five killed in tunnels-related incidents. Import levels increase, but remain below needs and no exports leave. Industrial fuel and cooking gas imports increased, but shortages continue; most Gazans continue to experience power cuts of 8-12 hours per day.
Protection of Civilians Weekly Report | 21 - 27 Apr 2010
In the West Bank, one Palestinian killed and at least 49 others injured. Israeli settler-related incidents continue; four Palestinians injured. First demolition in East Jerusalem after a four-month lull. In Gaza, restrictions on access to land and sea continue to affect civilians. Released Palestinian prisoner deported from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip. Limited entry of construction materials continues. Fuel and cooking gas imports remain below needs.