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UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Food Insecurity in the occupied Palestinian territory

May 2006

CAP 2006 - Revised Emergency Appeal

Source

Percentage Increase since 2005

22 % 10 - 12 %

33 %

Jenin 56 %

10 %

13 - 15 %

15 %

16 - 27 %

27 %

11 %

28 - 33 % 34 - 50 %

12 %

30 %

15 %

14 %

33 % 48 % 24 %

46 %

Tulkarm 40 %

Tubas 56 %

Qalqiliya 39 %

Nablus 47 %

Salfit 51 %

50 % 33 %

Ramallah 46 %

Jericho 43 %

Food Insecurity in the oPt by Governorate. Projection for 2006 38 - 41 % 41 - 43 %

Jerusalem 39 %

43 - 48 % 48 - 51 % 51 - 60 %

Bethlehem 40 %

Gaza North 60 % Gaza 46 % Deir El-Balah 47 %

Gaza Strip

Hebron 51 %

West Bank

Israel

Khan Yunis 45 % Rafah 60 %

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The designations employed and the presentation of material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.

Non spatial data from WFP-Vulnerability and Analysis Mapping Unit. Cartography: OCHA-oPt - May 2006. Base data: PA MoP, July 2000. For comments contact <ochaopt@un.org> or Tel. +972 (02) 582-962 - http://www.ochaopt.org

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