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    [size=52]Planning determines the components of sustainable human development and comes up with several recommendations[/size]

    [size=45]The Ministry of Planning identified the components of sustainable human development in Iraq and the obstacles it faces, while a symposium held by the Ministry came up with several recommendations in this regard.[/size]
    [size=45]A statement from the ministry stated, “The Ministry of Planning held a symposium during which the components of sustainable human development in Iraq and its obstacles were identified, in light of the education index, in the presence of the Director General of the Department of Human Development, Maha Abdul Karim Al-Rawi.”[/size]
    [size=45]The statement added, “The symposium was attended by the Assistant Head of Research at the Social Development Policy Department, Samah Qais Muhammad Raouf,” where she explained, “Sustainable human development focuses on improving human capabilities and developing them through the availability of sufficient education, since education is a basic pillar of development.” Sustainable Humanity,” explaining, “The aim of it is to identify and verify the role played by the education sector in achieving sustainable human development in Iraq.”[/size]
    [size=45]Raouf added, “Indicators of sustainable human development in Iraq include the health, income, and education index, while its components include the natural and demographic components, as well as the social and cultural components, in addition to the political and economic, as well as the natural components that include Iraq’s topography, area, and geographical location, as well as the climate and water resources. And also oil and natural gas.”[/size]
    [size=45]She explained, “Obstacles to the educational policy in Iraq included the failure to prepare students to enter the school environment, especially at the primary level, which is represented by fear of the classroom atmosphere and discomfort, which leads to a weak ability to concentrate during the lesson and fear of the teacher,” pointing out, “ The reality of the educational process prevailing in our educational institutions does not provide the student with appropriate opportunities to develop and advance his intellectual and intellectual abilities and skills, as information is poured into the student’s mind in a traditional, automatic way, by memorizing the information in an unseen manner and reciting it orally, without the student having the opportunity to think and create, as well as the lack of teaching staff. Qualified and efficient, especially in the basic education stage, especially the primary stage, which is one of the important educational stages, as it is the first structure in building the student’s personality, which shows the extent of his possibility of success and continuity in continuing his studies in the subsequent stages.”[/size]
    [size=45]The statement indicated that the study came out with recommendations: the first of which is “focusing on promoting sustainable human development indicators, and the second of which is paying attention to foreign investment and developing various sectors through the exchange of experiences and capabilities, reforming the general educational policy in legislation and implementation, and paying attention to the student, the teacher, and the curriculum, by including students and professors in courses.” Developmental and educational in order to strengthen national identity and emphasize the connection between the student and the school.”[/size]
    [size=45]The statement explained, “The recommendations indicated abolishing the bias and selection policy in educational investment, by applying justice and equality among students, paying attention to educational programs and renewing and developing curricula in a way that facilitates the transfer of information to students, and being careful to avoid increasing their contents, as well as distributing educational staff according to need.” Instead of increasing it in one place and losing it in another, allowing dropout students to enroll in studies regardless of their age, while combating the phenomenon of child labor, as well as increasing literacy centers.”[/size]
    [size=45]The statement continued, “The study also urged the Ministry of Education to complete primary and secondary school projects included in the approved investment curriculum, as well as taking into account the improvement and development of engineering plans that contribute to raising the capacity of schools to more than 12 grades per school, and increasing the number of vocational and technical colleges that are suitable for... The Iraqi market, in addition to the lack of expansion in humanitarian specializations, due to the presence of a surplus in them, which leads to a large number of unemployed graduates.”[/size]
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