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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Aug 09, 2018 10:26 pm

UN launches Mosul reconstruction plan

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09/08/2018 - 17:18 Iraq

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The United Nations Human Settlements Program (Habitat) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) hosted the first workshop to develop the initial planning framework for the reconstruction of Mosul at the University of Mosul with leaders and experts from the Government of Iraq, the academic community, international organizations, the private sector and civil society.

Since the liberation of Mosul, reconstruction and reconstruction has begun throughout the city, including cultural heritage buildings and public places, particularly in the Old City, but the requirements for removing large quantities of debris from explosive contaminants have significantly slowed the pace of reconstruction work.

The basic design of the conductor has remained unaltered since 1974. The UN-HABITAT study shows that the lack of an updated master plan has led to the growth of informal settlements without adequate infrastructure or social services, and the lack of access to land and housing has created grievances among the city's population, Contributing to the increase of violent extremism.

"Re-establishing Mosul to its status is not feasible enough - now we have a unique opportunity to rebuild better and develop an urban vision," said a statement by the UN Assistance Program for Iraq (UNAMI) Thursday, Arleselt, a copy of Basnews. "It's about people in the future."

Adding that "the initial planning framework for Mosul reconstruction is a comprehensive participatory vision and strategy supported by data that will facilitate the city's transition from emergency response and stabilization to reconstruction by providing agreed guidelines for reconstruction activities."

The workshop was opened by Nofal Hammadi Sultan, governor of Nineveh, stressing the need for coordination between the various actors working in the reconstruction of Mosul.

Marta Ruids, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator, urged everyone to rebuild Mosul to work together for a common vision and a coordinated approach that should be guided by the initial planning framework for the reconstruction of Mosul.

The workshop will be followed by field studies and information analysis by the Habitat Expert Group, UNESCO and government partners. The results and proposed practical approach to reconstruction will be presented and validated at a second workshop in November 2018.


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