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|Title||Status of Using Quantitative Methods in Project Risk Management|
This study aims to evaluate the current project risk management within UNRWA in Gaza in all areas related to the Agency’s mandate. Projects implemented by UNRWA in Gaza are subject to risks due to the volatile situation and the adverse situation representing risks and uncertainties that are difficult to predict and that impede the effective and timely implementation of projects according to their plans. This negatively impacts the outputs of these projects and creates grave repercussions and disruption consuming the project resources and budgets. This will also have a negative impact on the Agency’s image and funding as the relationship with the donor community will be also distorted.
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