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Ministry of Planning Launches Results of Labor Market Assessment and Skills Analysis Survey in Iraq ...




2019-03-07





Ministry of Planning Launches Results of Labor Market Assessment and Skills Analysis Survey in Iraq ... 15519526430643b6baae83b0043a88bd0bf09c44b6--%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%B3%D8%AD







Ministry of Planning Launches Results of Labor Market Assessment and Skills Analysis Survey in Iraq

The Ministry of Planning launched the results of the Labor Assessment and Skills Analysis Survey carried out by the Central Bureau of Statistics. It included eight governorates, two governorates of Kurdistan Region, within the framework of the technical and vocational education and training reform project and with the support and funding of the European Union and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Minister of Planning Dr. Nouri Sabah al-Dulaimi said that the results of the survey to identify the needs of the labor market in the economic sectors of the technical and vocational disciplines in Iraq constitute a component of the project of TVET reform in Iraq. He explained that this survey is very important in the stage The current situation in Iraq and the required preparation of sound plans based on the basis of statistical and professional integrated, especially in the field of labor market, which is experiencing many structural problems that led to the course of the situation of the imbalance, was the absence of coordination between the need for the labor market "The availability of detailed data on the labor market is not easy under the circumstances that Iraq has been facing over the past years, so the ministry has been keen to implement this survey, which included eight of the Governorates of Iraq, including two governorates The Ministry of Planning, in announcing the results of the survey of labor market needs, the picture is clearer, and this clarity will support the collection of government efforts within the framework of development plans and strategies that focus on the need to provide decent work for human being described as the foundation and goal of development and to make it a possible human being In a country that is witnessing remarkable stability in all its parts. This also calls for strengthening stability as well as working to bring the citizens closer to the state by providing the requirements of a decent life without forgetting that we have Iraqi families still far from their homes because of displacement. The results of the labor market survey, which were not available in the previous stages, require everyone to work on development policies aimed at creating the desired balance between the needs of the labor market and the outputs of education, Thousands of universities and institutes
For his part, Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Advisor Dr. Hamed Khalaf Ahmed said that the release of the results of the labor market assessment and skills analysis survey in the center and the region is the fruit of the project of technical and vocational education and training reform carried out by the Central Bureau of Statistics in cooperation with UNESCO and the British Council. The European Union and the full coordination with the relevant ministries and with the active participation of the private sector, pointing out that the reform project of vocational and technical education and training represents a roadmap that emerged from the strategy of the technical and vocational training and education institutions for the years (2014-2023) Drag the corner in achieving sustainable and comprehensive development in line with the Five-Year Development Plan (2018-2022). 
He added that this reform leads to improving the quality of the outputs of technical and vocational education and training to become the main engine of economic growth and development by responding to the requirements of globalization, knowledge-based economy and labor market needs and ensuring the development of its quality in line with international standards and activating the role of private sector partners in formulating policies. For the purpose of implementing this Plan of Action to support the Government in the implementation of its current program

The head of the Central Bureau of Statistics Dr. Zia Awad said that the importance of the survey results in strengthening the TVET system in Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan to provide all young people and adults with the necessary skills for employment, decent work, entrepreneurship and lifelong learning and contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Plan. Seven sectors (industry, agriculture, construction, IT, hospitality, transport and storage, wholesale and retail) were included.
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