Publications
Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 April 2014

This bulletin provides information on price changes for the most commonly consumed staples and their potential impacts on the cost of the basic food basket.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 April 2013

State of Palestine - Food Security Watch, 2013

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
19 December 2012

occupied Palestinian territory - Food Security Watch, 2012

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2012

This Food Security and Market Monitoring system provides up-to-date information on access and availability of basic food commodities in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt).

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 May 2012

The Socio-Economic and Food Security (SEFSec) survey is part of a broader monitoring system in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) that is led by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS). The purpose of the SEFSec is to identify changes in the living conditions of Palestinian households by annually monitoring key socio-economic and food security indicators. The SEFSec addresses a need for annual monitoring information to complement the less frequent but more detailed Palestinian Expenditure and Consumption Survey (PECS). This initiative is supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Works and Relief Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) and the World Food Programme (WFP) in close partnership with PCBS.
The following report provides a summary of the basic socio-economic and food security findings of the SEFSec survey conducted in 2011 with comparisons to data available from the 2009 and 2010 SEFSec surveys. Note that macro-economic data are extracted from secondary data sources.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 October 2011

This Food Security and Market Monitoring system provides up-to-date information on access and availability of basic food commodities in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt).

Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
3 March 2011

The Socio-Economic and Food Security (SEFSec) survey is part of a broader monitoring system in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) to be institutionalized within the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS). The purpose of the SEFSec is to gauge changes in the living conditions of Palestinian households by monitoring socio-economic and food security indicators which emerged out of a need for timely information complementing the Palestinian Expenditure and Consumption Survey (PECS). This initiative is supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) in collaboration with PCBS. Similar to the 2009 SEFSec, the survey con-ducted in 2010 provides an update on a series of indicators including:

- Food security (food acquisition, dietary diversity, Household Food Insecurity Access Scale);

- Income and consumption/expenditure patterns;

- Coping mechanisms.

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 November 2010

WFP Food Security and Market Monitoring Report provides up-to-date information on access and availability of basic food commodities in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt).

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
31 July 2008

WFP Food Security and Market Monitoring Report provides up-to-date information on access and availability of basic food commodities in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt).

Market Analysis, Monitoring, Food Security Analysis
30 April 2007

WFP Food Security and Market Monitoring Reports provide up-to-date information on access and availability of basic food commodities in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). This report examines food security and markets analysis determinants in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), addressing: (i) the market in terms of price fluctuations and differentials (ii) economic access to food by the poorest households and food availability in rural and urban areas; (iii) areas and populations most affected by food insecurity; and, (iv) recent food security studies.