Gaza Resource Repository

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Call to share documents of interest

March 13, 2024, 8:21 a.m.

Karri Byrne

Still a lot going on in Gaza these days... wondering if anyone has new resources or assessments to add to the Gaza Resources Repository?

Jan. 24, 2024, 1:24 p.m.

Maha

Thank you, Alex, for sharing these links. I wonder if there are updated reports or assessments on the Gaza Strip in the meantime. I noticed there is no such updated data. **So my dear MiCers**, Does anyone have an idea if ongoing assessments (such as needs assessment, socio-economic profiling, market assessment, etc.) are taking place in the Gaza Strip, especially in Rafah Governorate where the majority of IDPs are currently located? Any information would be of great help. Thanks Maha Elhayek

Dec. 1, 2023, 10:35 a.m.

Alexa

Dear Markets in Crisis community of practice, The MiC works across multiple sectors and modalities, and seeks to use, support, and change markets affected by crises to better support both markets and the people who depend on them. The catastrophic situation unfolding in Gaza has raised a lot of questions about market functionality and access (in a place where market systems were already constrained) that go beyond sector or modality-specific assessments. We’ve therefore started [this living repository of key resources on Gaza](https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1wEAZ7G5JDWPfavU2R2EMFyycOBrq89dl?usp=drive_link) from before October 2023 relevant to the response, as well as documents produced after 7th October, and resources from other contexts that could be useful references. The repository is available to everyone and we will continue to update it as people share documents and new resources emerge. Please get in touch ([MiCGazaResources@gmail.com](mailto:MiCGazaResources@gmail.com)) if you have documents that you could share, or if you have specific questions or information requests related to markets in the Gaza response. The MiC Advisory Committee is ready to support any way it can, so please also share your suggestions on what else might be useful for the wider community of practice (online discussions, webinars, FAQs, etc.). We hope you find this a useful resource, The MiC AC