Statistics show that over 98% of Palestinian energy is imported from Israel, which means that currently, Palestine is almost fully dependent on ...
Given its historic and religious significance to the world’s three major religions, the city of Jerusalem has significant investment potential.
While current MFI loan capacity is only between USD 60 million and USD 80 million, demand for micro-financing in Palestine is expected to be over USD 155 million in two years.
It is estimated that the average Palestinian family spends 42% of its income on food, which demonstrates the significant potential of the local market to absorb the sector’s output.
There is significant potential for high value activities in the industry sector in Palestine, especially in mining, food processing, and basic manufacturing.
The sector includes ISPs, software development and other IT service companies. Although currently nascent, the IT sector is projected to grow rapidly over the next few years.
Health & Education
Although critical to Palestinian economic development, Health and Education sectors have historically been under-banked, underfunded and deprived of focused institutional capital and support.