This paper highlights the most distinguished figures of the reconstruction mechanism in the Gaza Strip starting with Cairo conference of reconstruction at the end of 2014 until Israeli intercepting cement to enter to citizens who need to finish or expand their homes but were not affected by the war in Gaza, November 2014.
The paper showed a general weakness in the transparency, integrity and accountability environment through the various stages of reconstruction in addition to the absence of the concepts of social accountability and its tools and the paper summarized the following recommendations:
1. The need to work hard to activate the role of the legislative Council in its constitutional description in laws legislation, adopting appropriate ones and following-up and accountability with whoever involved.
2. Encouraging concerned parties to come up with code of conducts of parties to ensure a fair environment for employees as part of the reconstruction process, whether government or private sector workers.
3. Enabling the public and all relevant authorities to access to information, criteria and conditions under which the application of reconstruction has been at the right time and means available.
4. Giving civil society institutions and oversight bodies a wider space for monitoring and to hold responsible parties and people accountable.
5. Promoting for social accountability and its tools by engaging citizens.
6. The reconstruction process must motivate the reconciliation process to break free from the international mechanisms imposed on the Gaza Strip.