The Government launches the Social Fund for Development
30/4/2018 12:00 am
Baghdad / Al-Sabah
The Iraqi government and the World Bank Group in Iraq and the Poverty Reduction Strategy signed two memorandums of understanding to launch the Social Fund for Development and Emergency projects to support social stability and stability.
"These two projects represent an important start to strengthening basic services and creating a sustainable platform for conditional human capital in Iraq through monetary programs for citizens and the start of economic activity to create more job opportunities for the unemployed," Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alak said during a speech at the signing ceremony held in Baghdad. "He said.
"The government, with the support of the World Bank, the European Union and partners from international organizations, has put together an integrated plan to balance the most important economic and administrative reforms to ensure the safety and well-being of the Iraqi citizen and develop the reconstruction and reform framework to address the effects of the financial crisis. All, particularly affected. "
For his part, the Minister of Planning Salman Jumaili said that "the fund corresponds to the projects of the strategy of poverty alleviation, and will pursue a curriculum for the next five years, where the selection of three governorates for the first year (Salahuddin, Muthanna, Dohuk) followed by (Nineveh, Baghdad, Babylon, and all the provinces of the country) for the next four years. "
The Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, Mohammed Shiaa Al-Sudani, pointed out that "support is given to stability efforts at the individual and social levels, particularly the recovery and social reintegration of returnees, as well as the support of vulnerable and disadvantaged groups through the implementation of policies and programs to provide jobs for citizens and develop human resources from Through special programs of action and support for social network system projects, in particular the increased livelihoods of groups in the liberated areas ".[/rtl]
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