[size=36]Labor counts the number of registered unemployed people since 2003[/size]
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The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs has counted, today, Tuesday, the number of unemployed people registered in its database since 2003, while announcing the soft loans granted to them.
The Director-General of the Department of Labor and Vocational Training in the Ministry, Raed Jabbar Bahed, told the official agency that "the ministry waited for the results of the labor market survey to prepare a national policy for employment in all of Iraq," noting that "the plans exist and are ongoing through the provision of grants and loans to the unemployed who wish to In establishing small projects, in addition to training the unemployed and acquiring new skills to qualify them to enter the labor market through the vocational training centers located in the ministry, in addition to cooperating with some international organizations to provide programs that would provide job opportunities for the unemployed.
Bahed added, "Since 2003 until now, the ministry has registered more than two million unemployed people in its database, and has granted 60,000 soft loans to the unemployed and trained more than 200,000 unemployed people in our training centers."
He explained that "the ministry noticed that many of the loans given to the unemployed were not used to establish a small project to find a job, but rather pour into procedures other than the desired goal."
He stressed, "The ministry is following up on the loans and the mechanism for their disbursement by the beneficiary and referring the violators to the law to pay what they owe." Ended 29 / M 99