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    UNDP Improves Access to Safe Water in Sulaimaniyah

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    Post by jedi17 Sun 16 Jul 2017, 9:19 am

    UNDP Improves Access to Safe Water in Sulaimaniyah
    July 16, 2017 in Construction & Engineering In Iraq, Healthcare, Iraq Public Works News
    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Sulaimaniyah Governorate completed the rehabilitation of the main water network providing safe drinking water to hundreds of thousands of people.

    UNDP’s Iraq Crisis Response and Resilience Programme (ICRRP) and Sulaimaniyah Governorate repaired key components of the main pipeline that transfers water from Dukan Lake to Sulaimaniyah Governorate. Pumping stations and a treatment plant were also rehabilitated to help alleviate water shortages and ensure an adequate supply of clean water to households in the Governorate.

    At a ceremony on 5 July 2017 marking the completion of the project, Governor of Sulaimaniyah H.E. Omer Ahmed Amin, said:

    “In Sulaimaniyah, one in every eight residents is an internally displaced person. The influx of displaced people is putting considerable pressure on public services, in particular water, electricity, health, and education. This project is providing a key service to all women, men and children in Sulaimaniyah.”

    The Head of the Consular Office of Japan in Erbil, Mr. Moriyasu Katsumi, said:

    “Japan is honoured to be a partner of this important project. We are delighted to see that all inhabitants of Sulaimaniyah, including internally displaced people and Syrian refugees, will equally benefit from improved access to the water supply.”

    UNDP’s Programme Manager for ICRRP, Ms. Mizuho Yokoi, noted:

    “Water is essential for life. We are glad we contributed to such an important basic service project focused on improving the well-being of vulnerable communities. We thank the Sulaimaniyah Governorate for their cooperation and the Government of Japan for the generous contribution which made this project possible.”

    The first step to recovery, after a crisis, is ensuring people have access to basic services. UNDP’s ICRRP is supporting local authorities to deliver services that are fundamental to daily life. Over 2.4 million people in Iraq have access to improved basic services like water, electricity, health, education, sewerage and roads thanks to UNDP.


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