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Palestine. Source: Fanack after UNICEF, 2015.
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Palestinian loss of land, 1946 – 2011. Source: Fanack after AMEU, 2013.
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Status of Palestinian projects submitted to the Joint Water Committee during the period 1996-2008 in per cent. Source: Richard, 2012.
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Distribution of areas A, B and C in the West Bank.
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Population density in Palestine. Source: Fanack after PCBS, 2011.
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Population distribution in Palestine. Source: Fanack after PCBS, 2014.
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Growth of the Palestinian population in the West Bank and Gaza. Source: Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, 2015.
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Average annual rainfall levels in Palestine. Source: Fanack after ARIJ.
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Palestine GDP annual growth rate. Source: Fanack after PWA, 2014.
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The Jordan River Basin. Source: Fanack after ARIJ.
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The Mountain Aquifer and the Coastal Aquifer. Source: Fanack after UNEP, 2002.
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Annual extraction from the Mountain Aquifer during the period 1999 – 2011 in million cubic metres. Source: Fanack after World Bank, 2009.
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Groundwater pollution in Gaza. Source: Fanack after PWA, 2011.
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Annual water use in Palestine in million cubic metres. Source: PWA, 2014.
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Water use in Israel and Palestine in litres per person per day (L/c/d). Source: Amnesty International, 2009.
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Water consumption in Israeli settlements and nearby Palestinian villages. Source: Richard, 2012, after B’Tselem, 2011.
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Overview of damages to Gaza’s water supply infrastructure after the 2014 conflict in % of the baseline. Source: Fanack after UNICEF, 2014.
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