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Without remedial action now, Gaza's problems in water and electricity, education and health will only get worse over the coming years, the top United Nations official for humanitarian and development aid in the occupied Palestinian territory, Maxwell Gaylard, warned today. "Gaza will have half a million more people by 2020 while its economy will grow only slowly. In conseq Without remedial action now, Gaza's problems in water and electricity, education and health will only get worse over the coming years, the top United Nations official for humanitarian and development aid in the occupied Palestinian territory, Maxwell Gaylard, warned today. "Gaza will have half a million more people by 2020 while its economy will grow only slowly. In consequence, the people of Gaza will have an even harder time getting enough drinking water and electricity, or sending their children to school." Mr. Gaylard, together with Jean Gough of UNICEF and Robert Turner of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), launched a new report of the United Nations that summarises trends in Gaza and forecasts for the year 2020. The report says that the population of the Gaza Strip will increase from 1.6 million people today to 2.1 million people in 2020, resulting in a density of more than 5,800 people per square kilometre. Infrastructure in electricity, water and sanitation, municipal and social services are not keeping pace with the needs of the growing population.


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Without remedial action now, Gaza's problems in water and electricity, education and health will only get worse over the coming years, the top United Nations official for humanitarian and development aid in the occupied Palestinian territory, Maxwell Gaylard, warned today. "Gaza will have half a million more people by 2020 while its economy will grow only slowly. In conseq Without remedial action now, Gaza's problems in water and electricity, education and health will only get worse over the coming years, the top United Nations official for humanitarian and development aid in the occupied Palestinian territory, Maxwell Gaylard, warned today. "Gaza will have half a million more people by 2020 while its economy will grow only slowly. In consequence, the people of Gaza will have an even harder time getting enough drinking water and electricity, or sending their children to school." Mr. Gaylard, together with Jean Gough of UNICEF and Robert Turner of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), launched a new report of the United Nations that summarises trends in Gaza and forecasts for the year 2020. The report says that the population of the Gaza Strip will increase from 1.6 million people today to 2.1 million people in 2020, resulting in a density of more than 5,800 people per square kilometre. Infrastructure in electricity, water and sanitation, municipal and social services are not keeping pace with the needs of the growing population.

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