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    The Ministry of Education is coordinating with the World Bank to train 5,000 teachers and mentors

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    {Local: Al Furat News} The Ministry of Education coordinated with the World Bank to prepare a training plan for 5,000 primary grade teachers within the provinces affected by terrorism.
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    The director of teacher preparation, training and educational development at the ministry, Aseel Al-Abadi, said in a press interview, that "the project will be implemented for primary grade teachers and educational counselors on the psychological and social support program and adaptive education strategies in order to advance the reality of this important segment of teachers within their governorates," noting that "it has been completed." Discussing obstacles and negatives in order to overcome them and overcome them in a way that contributes to the successful implementation of the project.
    And she indicated that "the directorate has already completed, during the past few years, training for 95 teachers in seven governorates: Nineveh, Anbar, Diyala, Kirkuk and Salah al-Din, in addition to the first and third Karkh in Baghdad," noting that "the Federal Service Council is currently being provided with the names of the first students within the preparation departments." And training in the six general directorates in Baghdad and all other provinces.
    Al-Abadi continued that "the provision of names is based on the Federal Service Council's letter on the 21st of last June, which provides the names of the top three students at the department level at the Institutes of Fine Arts for boys and girls for the morning study for the academic years (2017-2018) to (2020-2021)," As well as the names of the top students in the morning study in the institutes of teacher preparation and suspended teachers and for the school year (2017-2018), "noting that the decision "comes within the council's procedures for preparing statistics for the top students to appoint them according to the controls that it prepared." 
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    [size=30]The World Bank issues a statement on supporting Iraq and sets a time limit[/size]

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    The World Bank Group has renewed its commitment to continue its support to Iraq by adopting the Special Strategic Partnership Framework until 2026.
    The World Bank said in a statement today (August 5, 2021) that the World Bank renews its commitment to continue its support for Iraq by reliance on the Special Strategic Partnership Framework until 2026. Necessary to help Iraq respond to the ongoing Corona pandemic crisis and also to fix the deficiencies in the Iraqi economy."
    He added, "The new framework for this partnership comes against a backdrop of increasing fragility in Iraq, where the duality between the effects of the Corona pandemic, fluctuations in oil prices and growing climate risks have exacerbated the current challenges facing the country."
    The World Bank indicated that "although such challenges may lead to more instability in Iraq, at the same time they provide an opportunity for his new government to rearrange the country's priorities by moving forward with the process of economic reform and addressing structural issues rooted in this economy.".
    Saroj Kumar Jha, Regional Director of the Mashreq Department at the World Bank, said: “The strategic partnership framework, with its flexibility at its core, will serve as a platform for the World Bank Group to meet the immediate needs of the poor and needy groups of Iraqis and address the causes and drivers behind the situation. The fragility and crises in Iraq The World Bank Group stands ready to support the Iraqi people by contributing to fighting corruption, building transparent and accountable institutions, and empowering the public sector further to improve the business environment in Iraq.."
    The Strategic Partnership Framework with Iraq was developed in line with the World Bank Group's strategy for the years 2020-2025 for countries experiencing fragility, conflict, and violence. This strategy allows the World Bank Group to continue its partnership with countries during periods of conflict and violence to help them achieve greater success in emerging from their crises. The strategic partnership framework is in line with the reform priorities of the Government of Iraq included in its national programs and strategies, and promotes the renewal of the social contract between citizens and the state, as well as promoting a healthy local private sector, strengthening the legitimacy of key government institutions and developing their capabilities.
    Ramzi Afif Noman, Head of the World Bank office in Iraq, said: “The foundations of the strategic partnership framework aim to improve governance, provide public services, increase private sector participation in economic activity, and enhance human capital. Citizens side, gender equality, and response to climate change. For her part, Merly Baroudi, Director of Economics and Sustainability at the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), commented: “Indeed, the Strategic Partnership Framework with Iraq provides a strong opportunity to promote comprehensive, environmentally sensitive and resilient development, and to benefit from the World Bank Group’s 2021-2025 action plan to confront the change climate, as well as putting the country on a more sustainable path towards a low carbon future."
    The World Bank Group has built a portfolio in Iraq, having maintained its involvement and presence in Iraq since 2003. This has led to a number of initiatives being undertaken, most notably in multi-sectoral emergency reconstruction programs in areas liberated from ISIS control, and reforms directed at improving the governance of the country. Public finance, social protection system, etc., in addition to private sector investments of more than one billion US dollars.
    Commenting on this, Abdullah Al-Jafri, Regional Director of the Levant Department at IFC said: “As Iraq rebuilds its economy, the private sector will have a critical role in creating jobs and more opportunities for Iraqi youth. The Strategic Partnership Framework will provide the necessary framework for a group The World Bank to focus on advisory and investment partnerships with the business community in priority sectors, as well as support efforts to improve the economic empowerment environment and do business activities to pave the way for the Iraqi private sector to lead the country’s future and achieve prosperity that everyone shares in reap
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    The World Bank revealed, on Thursday, a significant decrease in the Iraqi per capita share of the total national income, noting that it amounted to 4,660 thousand dollars in the year 2020..


    The bank said in an official statistic seen by NRTArabiya, (August 5, 2021), that "the Iraqi per capita share of the total national income during the year 2020 amounted to 4,660 thousand dollars, down from the year 2019, in which the per capita share amounted to 5,490 thousand dollars ".

    The World Bank added, "The highest per capita share of Iraq during the past 40 years was in 1990, when it amounted to 7,070 thousand dollars, before dropping to 70 dollars in 1991, to rise again after 2003."

    The bank pointed out that "the highest per capita share of Iraq during the past 20 years was in 2013, when it amounted to 7,050 thousand dollars at that time, before it went down in 2014, which amounted to 6,750 thousand dollars."
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