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    United Nations: 1489 projects to develop infrastructure in liberated areas

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    Post by Rocky Thu 07 Dec 2017, 5:47 am

     United Nations: 1489 projects to develop infrastructure in liberated areas

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    The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Iraq announced 
    that 1,489 projects implemented by the program in four governorates have been freed from an organization that promotes infrastructure development, noting that the Netherlands is the fourth largest donor to the efforts to restore stability in Iraq.
    "The Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Iraq, Matthias Vulters, visited the city of Fallujah with officials from the UNDP Stabilization Project in Iraq and the United Nations Mine Action Service to assess the progress of the stabilization efforts in the city, In education and health ".
    "The Netherlands is the fourth largest donor to efforts to restore stability in Iraq with contributions of $ 28 million," the program said in a press release read by The Economist News.
    "At the request of the Iraqi government, UNDP established a project to restore stability in June 2015 to protect against renewed violence and extremism, facilitate the return of people and lay the foundations for reconstruction and recovery."
    Since then, the program has taken over 1,489 projects that have helped local authorities quickly restore key infrastructure in 23 newly-liberated cities and districts in Anbar, Ninewa, Salahuddin, Diyala and Kirkuk provinces.
    He explained that the project carried out more than 95% of the "total projects to restore stability through the local private sector, which employs local labor.

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