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    Planning: Iraq has not witnessed a population census for 26 years

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    Post by Rocky Wed 29 Nov 2023, 4:52 am

    Planning: Iraq has not witnessed a population census for 26 years

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    The Ministry of Planning announced the allocation of 100 billion Iraqi dinars within the 2023 budget to complete all requirements for the census, indicating that Iraq has not witnessed a population census in 26 years.
    The ministry’s spokesman, Abdul Zahra Al-Hindawi, said, “Iraq has not conducted a population census since 1997, and it was not a comprehensive census because it did not include the governorates of the Kurdistan region at that time, while the last (general census) was in the year 1987, and thus we have a large gap from the need to Data and indicators that accurately depict and reflect reality.”
    Al-Hindawi pointed out previous attempts to conduct the census in 2010, but it was postponed as a result of political differences despite it reaching the final stages. He also pointed to the second attempt, for which the date of 2020 was set, but the efforts failed as a result of the demonstrations and the outbreak of the “Corona” pandemic.
    He added, "After the issuance of the decision of the Council of Ministers and the Supreme Authority for the Population Census in the Council of Ministers to hold the population census in Iraq in 2024, and in light of the priorities of the government program and the directives of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Planning took its decision and developed a plan with timetables to conduct the census in November of next year 2024." .
    The spokesman explained, “There are many requirements when we talk about the population census, which the United Nations describes as (one of the largest and most difficult projects undertaken by any government in the world), and therefore the general general population census is a major project, especially in light of the lack of population censuses to help as a basis.” Data, as Iraq has not witnessed a population census for 26 years.”
    He continued: “The Ministry of Planning - as I mentioned earlier - has developed a plan according to specific time frames to complete all requirements, most notably the provision of tablets, as we need no less than 130 thousand tablets, which requires perhaps six months in order to contract with them.” International companies will prepare and supply them, and then we will talk about conducting a pilot census during the month of May for next year, and then we will talk about training 130,000 male and female teachers on how to fill out forms and ask questions, how to use tablets and geographic systems, and how to deal with them.”
    Al-Hindawi added, “We also need the inventory and numbering process, which represents the backbone of the census, which takes two to three months to complete, in addition to establishing a national center for data processing and the availability of the latest technologies, in addition to providing satellite images for administrative units at the level of governorates, districts, and villages, as well as the requirements.” Logistical, administrative and financial,” stressing that “within the 2023 budget, 100 billion Iraqi dinars were allocated, and it is hoped to secure the allocation next year 2024 to complete all requirements for the census.”



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