Shrinking Palestine - An Architectual Challenge __    
WHO plans for energy, water & health infrastructure
Palestine will have no own water resources and needs an own energy and health
system to be autonomous. New decentralized health care centers will be built
by WHO until
2013 in Qalqiliya, Nablus, Tulkarm, Jenin, Tarqumiya, Hebron and Yatta. A
special clinic for traumatized children (PTSD) will be opened after ending of
the occupation in 2012 in Ramallah, in cooperation with the Israel
Trauma Center for Victims of Terror and War (NATAL).
The US Government is supporting 2 water pipelines from Lebanon in the north and Gaza in the south (sea water desalting plants), because Palestine has already no access to the water of Jordan river. With the 10000 Solar Roofs Program (PSRP), starting in 2012, multiple local energy plants will be built in the 13 separated territories using solar energy for positive climate balance in Palestine.
solar roof houses (PSRP)