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Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:45 pm

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UNESCO: Iraqi market needs investment and new legislation




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BAGHDAD /
 
The head of the UNESCO office in Iraq, Rory Robertshau, said Wednesday that the Iraqi market needs investment and new legislation.
 
"Investment, skills and economic growth if we are to develop and enter into society, there is smart investment," he said at a news conference to assess the labor market and skills analysis in Iraq. "Assessing the labor market and skills for the economic and educational structure to give skills from Graduates, there is no system between market demand and supply. "


He pointed out that "the Iraqi market needs investment and new legislation that helps to be an active economy, stressing the need to" put the skilled person in his right place and give him the opportunity, "pointing out that" there are 300 thousand people every year need to work and must create job opportunities and enable them to work to get a good skill to be people who are productive if they entered within their competence. " 

He added : " there must be a strong relationship between employment and education for the development of the economy and security ", calling for" the organization of the private and public sector and convergence among themselves for skills development and economic growth " .
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Statistics: The field survey came to determine the demand of the labor market to provide young people with skills




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The head of the statistics department of the Ministry of Planning Zia Awad Kazem said on Wednesday that the ministry's field survey came at the request of the labor market to provide young people with skills. 

In a press conference held by the ministry in cooperation with the European Union and UNESCO in Iraq to assess the labor market and skills analysis, Kazem said, "The survey conducted by the ministry calls for improving the quality of education in Iraq and determining the demand of the labor market. Projects and contribute to the implementation of the national plan, "noting that" the survey included eight provinces and seven economic sectors and 27 sub-sectors and adopted the results of numbering and inventory for 2009. "



The sectors included in the survey were the Ministry of Agriculture, 160 establishments, the industrial sector included 876 establishments, the construction sector 156 establishments, the information technology sector 114 establishments, transport and storage 153 establishments, hospitality and services 411 economic establishments. On the provinces included Erbil 280 economic establishments, Sulaymaniyah 464 economic establishments, Kirkuk 96, Diyala 162, Baghdad 446, the Governor of Wasit 97, Najaf 243, and Basra 222 economic establishments.

"The number of workers in the establishment was mostly male, especially in Kirkuk, as for representation of agriculture was in Sulaymaniyah highest representation and in Kirkuk the lowest proportion, while the industrial sector was Baghdad, the highest proportion and the lowest proportion, while in construction was Basra, The highest in Diyala was the least, and we did not see in Kirkuk any activity in the field of construction, "pointing out that" trade is a total and one of Baghdad was the highest and lowest percentage Kirkuk, all indicators indicate that Kirkuk is witnessing a major decline, especially in the survey phase in 2017. " 

He added that "the transport sector was the province of Basra, the highest percentage and Kirkuk the lowest, while in residence and hospitality was the highest Arbil and Diyala the lowest percentage, and in the field of communication and information was the highest Sulaymaniyah and Wasit lowest," explaining that "
"The survey covered the top ten occupations and was the best in the agriculture, animal husbandry and dairy producers, while the first profession in industry, factory managers, construction civil engineers, the first profession in transport porters, the first trade in single trade and wholesale are sales assistants , And in the hospitality and accommodation cooks, and in communications was the communications engineers, pointing out that the five most important factors for employment in the provinces was the focus on age except Waseet focus on gender. 

He stressed that "work in the agriculture sector was the employment of most of the age except Basra was for social relations and in Sulaymaniyah relations" medium "





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Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:49 pm

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"The success of the labor market is focused on the reform of vocational and technical education," the deputy EU ambassador to Iraq, Thomas Reis Ortega, said Wednesday. The Iraqi government last week signed an important financial agreement to increase employment opportunities for young people.


"Over the past years we have seen that the various Iraqi institutions have worked constructively," Ortega said at a news conference to assess the labor market and skills analysis. "The reform of technical and vocational education in Iraq will end soon, Ambitious project goals ". 

"The European Union believes that the reform of vocational and technical education is an essential component of a long-term education system and gives the skills, expertise and skills required by the labor market, which helps the Iraqi market and youth to realize their potential and serve the community."

"Iraq is focusing heavily on working and continuing to fight against terrorist groups. We know that the government is focusing its efforts on building liberated areas and we believe in giving support to vocational and technical education which must be able to respond to the labor market." Last week, Is very important for 400 million euros to make room for and increase employment opportunities for young people and get out of the post-conflict situation. " 

"One of the elements of the project is to focus on the rural areas is to restore the historically important agricultural sector and economic rehabilitation in the cities of Mosul and Basra and this will be implemented by UNESCO as part of its tasks to rebuild Mosul," he said, adding that " To work and develop their skills. "

He called on "the government to pay attention to the vocational and technical education sector and increase investment in education, which is an important option and we coordinate with the international community and this is the responsibility of Iraq."
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Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:12 pm

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Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning, Qassim Attiyah, said Wednesday that the ministry conducted a comprehensive survey of eight provinces, including the Kurdistan region, indicating that the survey included the Iraqi labor market and skills. 

"Iraq, in cooperation with UNESCO, completed the survey of the labor market in eight provinces and seven economic activities and the focus was on 27 sub-economic activities," he said, adding that "the survey included five thousand establishments, which is the first survey of its kind for the labor market by Comprehensiveness ".



"After conducting the field survey in cooperation with UNESCO, it is more clear to develop development plans," he said, noting that "the results of the survey requires work on development policies aimed at creating a balance between the needs of the labor market and the outputs of education."
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