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A shocking UN report on the destruction of Mosul

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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:54 am

A shocking UN report on the destruction of Mosul

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2018/11/7 20:40

(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Iraq (Marta Ruedas) expected that the reconstruction of Mosul will take at least a generation, given the magnitude of the destruction caused by the military battles to liberate the city from calling the terrorist.

"There were more than 10 million tons of people," said Ruwaidas, who spoke to UN news about UN efforts in cooperation with the Iraqi government to make the city suitable for the return of internally displaced persons. The rubble left after the fighting, the rubble is heavily contaminated with mines, so it is not only possible to remove the rubble, but it should be done very carefully, otherwise there will be great injuries, it is a great effort, but we made little progress. "

Ruedas, who is also the resident coordinator for humanitarian affairs in Iraq, noted that the situation in eastern Mosul is different from that across the river, west of Mosul. "The east of Mosul is much less affected than west of Mosul, which will take a long time," she said.

The Humanitarian Coordinator has mentioned a number of projects already under way by the United Nations, including the refurbishment of a number of water treatment plants, sewage and electricity systems, the re-establishment of a range of health centers and educational institutions, and even police stations and public infrastructure.

In addition, Ruedas pointed out that these activities help to save money for workers, mainly from Mosul, for the benefit of society as a whole.

The Deputy Special Representative said that Dahesh's defeat, accompanied by United Nations-supported stabilization programs like projects in Mosul, had contributed to the return of millions of internally displaced persons to their homes not only in Mosul but in many other areas.

"We believe that the stabilization programs that reestablished this infrastructure are primarily responsible for creating favorable conditions for the return of the displaced, because in reality if there is no electricity, water, basic infrastructure, schools, health centers, etc., it is unlikely That the displaced return. "

However, much remains to be done, according to Ruidas, who has indicated that returnees are still receiving some assistance.

"The fact is that when they go back to their places of origin, they need help to get back to their normal lives, and those who are still outside their original places have no regular life to go back to, and that requires more help."

But Marta Ruedas warned that humanitarian assistance would continue to be provided to people who have returned to their normal lives, noting that it is better for such people to benefit from development assistance programs or support for recovery efforts.

Overall, the Humanitarian Coordinator said that the humanitarian response program in Iraq is estimated at $ 600 million this year, but this has increased slightly due to some emergency issues, such as the response to the crisis in Basra.

"There was a major health crisis in Basra, because water quality was a bit bad because of low water levels, high salinity and water pollution, thousands of people suffered from digestive problems, and we needed to address that," she said.

The UN official praised the support provided by UNICEF and WHO in helping the response efforts in Basra, but pointed out that there are many structural issues that have led to this problem, and these issues must be addressed in the first place.

Her participation in the meetings of the United Nations humanitarian coordinators in New York, which included some 200 United Nations coordinators, said that these meetings were part of the Secretary-General's reform plan for the United Nations Development System (UNDP), one of the three pillars of its reform agenda for the United Nations system.


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