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Strengthening Arab Women's Property Rights and Access to Land - PPT
Improving Women's Access to Land and Property in The Arab States: The Role Of Inheritance, Dower, and Marital Property
The purpose of this Transport Sector
Note (TSN) is to assist the Palestinian Authority (PA) in
developing a strategy for the sector that can aid in
addressing the immediate constraints and transport issues in
support of the PA's effort to revive the national
economy, improve mobility and reduce poverty. The TSN also
aims to assist the responsible sector ministries prepare a
coherent strategic framework and program for the sector.
It is the purpose of this Investment
Climate Assessment (ICA) to look at what hinders the move of
the Palestinians to new markets and what can be done to
encourage it. The ICA reveals that shrinking market access
and the lack of free movement are the main constraints to
growth for Palestinian enterprises. Relative to other
countries in the region, the Palestinian investment climate
is good: petty corruption is low, the bureaucracy is
The 2007 transport sector strategy note
identified that transportation in the West Bank and Gaza
faces extreme challenges, to the extent that mobility for
people and goods is severely curtailed, with consequent
impacts on the broader functioning of society and the
economy. The constraints on personal mobility within the
West Bank and Gaza has greatly reduced the market for
travel, and hence the business and viability of the