Israel has authorised a one-off shipment of hundreds of tonnes of cement and building materials to the heavily embargoed Gaza Strip.
It is the first official transfer of such goods since Israel's operation early this year in the coastal enclave.
Many Gazan buildings damaged during the offensive have not been rebuilt because of a shortage of building materials.
Officials told the BBC that a flour mill, as well as sewage, electricity and water facilities would be repaired.
A senior Israeli official said the 130,000 tonnes of cement was part of Israel's "ongoing policy to support Gaza's civilian population and to make sure humanitarian needs are met".
One of the projects, he added, was the reconstruction of the flour mill in partnership with the UN's relief agency for Palestinian refugees (Unwra).
The shipment is part of a reconstruction plan drawn up by Robert Serry, the UN envoy to the Middle East, said Israel's Haaretz newspaper.