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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Sep 27, 2018 9:33 am

America announces its intention to provide clean water to 750,000 people in Basra

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09/27/2018

Economy News _ Baghdad

US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman said on Thursday that his country intends to partner with UNICEF to increase access to clean water for 750,000 people from Basra, adding that his country will help organize a water conference under the auspices of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to identify priority projects in Basra.

"Over the past few months, the people of Basra have expressed a desire to have a better level of public services and to improve the quality of life," Sileman said in a statement on aid to Basra province. Our consulate in Basra has heard their demands. "

"We are helping the Government of Iraq to provide basic services, including clean water, starting this week and in the coming months. US support will help the Iraqi federal government and the Basrah government respond to short-term emergency water needs," said Silliman. , And to help the Government develop a long-term response plan. "

"In the end, it will be the responsibility of the federal government and the provincial government to make the necessary investments and reforms to provide better services to the people," he said. "USAID, in partnership with UNICEF, is increasing access to clean water for 750,000 Basra residents , Including residents of the regions of Rabat, Jubaila, Almohad, Harthy and along the Shatt al-Arab. "

"US support will purchase and install water pumps, help rehabilitate the water treatment plant, and at the start of the new school year in early October, US support will help UNICEF deliver safe water to 50,000 children in Basra's public schools This will be a unified effort led by the Iraqi government and in partnership with the United States, UNICEF and the international community. "

"To ensure that your government and the international community coordinate in a way that meets the needs of Basra, we are helping to organize a water conference under the auspices of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers," he said.

"The United States will provide Iraq with a well-known water expert to advise the Basrah government on project priorities, identify the most important actions and steps to help resolve the water crisis, and accelerate the government's procurement of necessary equipment," he said.

"As more support for the people of Basra and all of Iraq, the United States will train Ministry of Water Resources staff on how to manage scarce water better," he said. "The United States aims to help your federal and regional governments meet the needs of your community and Best".

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