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    Post by Rocky Mon Feb 07, 2022 8:19 am

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    The Ministry of Planning announced today, Monday, that the percentage of women's contribution to small and medium enterprises is still very small.
    A ministry statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The Undersecretary for Technical Affairs, Maher Hammad Johan, inaugurated the work of the workshop on supporting and developing small, small and medium enterprises in Iraq, based on the results of the survey carried out by the Central Statistical Organization with the support of the US Agency for Development, and the United Nations Development Program, which included the governorates of Baghdad, Nineveh and Basra.
    Johan said, according to the statement, that "the ministry, as part of its endeavor to implement the strategy of developing the private sector, is working to advance this sector and give it the required role and effective contribution to moving the wheel of the economy in all its sectors," noting that "the efforts are now focused on supporting small, small and medium enterprises, especially In the field of finance, and overcoming the difficulties facing the development of these institutions, which constitute an important economic base.”
    He continued, “The percentage of women’s contribution to small, small and medium enterprises is still very small and does not exceed 5% compared to the percentage of men’s contribution, which calls for directing support pathways. to the segment of women in this field, calling on the “private sector to benefit from the results of the survey and to engage strongly in adopting and supporting these institutions that can have a more influential role in various economic activities.”
    He pointed out that "the work of the four-day special workshop, in which the President of the Central Statistical Organization Ghamar Deeb, Vice-President of the United Nations Development Program, representatives of a number of international organizations in Iraq, the head of the Iraqi Contractors Union, the head of the Iraqi Private Banks Association, and representatives of the sector participated. The private sector from various economic activities, as well as a number of general managers in the ministries of Planning, Trade, Labor, Social Affairs, the Central Bank, and Adviser to the Prime Minister Alaa Al-Saadi.
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