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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Apr 03, 2019 10:42 pm

Japan approves new aid package for Iraq

Japan approves new aid package for Iraq Story_img_5ca4fbe13ea98

2019/4/3 21:30

{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} Japan recently approved a new aid package for Iraq.

With a total value of $ 63 million, including a contribution to the housing sector. With this assistance, Japan's total humanitarian assistance to Iraq amounts to $ 500 million.

The United Nations Human Settlements Program (Habitat) welcomed an additional $ 4.5 million contribution from the Government of Japan to support reconstruction and peace-building in Iraq through the rehabilitation of war-damaged homes and the construction of low-cost housing units in major liberated cities.

More than a year after the military victory was announced in 2017, there are still more than 7.1 million displaced people in Iraq. The rehabilitation and rehabilitation of severely damaged buildings and the reconstruction of completely destroyed houses Very expensive and requires a strong engineering experience.

"Displaced people whose homes were badly damaged or completely destroyed are still in desperate need of support. Under this project, the Habitat program will be able to continue its community contributions, rehabilitate" severely damaged "homes and build low-cost housing units to accommodate vulnerable returnees Whose homes have been destroyed, "he said, adding that" returnees and members of affected communities will be trained in the skills needed to work and employ them within the framework of this project to support them in rebuilding their livelihoods. "

"Approximately 2,500 returnees are expected to benefit from this project, and priority will be given to vulnerable families, including female-headed households, households with older persons, infants or children under six years of age, or persons with physical disabilities "He said.

"Japan has recently approved 63 million new aid packages for Iraq, including this project, which is a contribution to the housing sector," Japanese Ambassador to Iraq Naofumi Hashimoto said. "With this assistance, Japan's total humanitarian aid to Iraq amounts to 500 million dollars "He said.

"The United Nations Human Settlements Program (UNCHS) expressed its deep gratitude to the people and Government of Japan for their generous and continuous support that allows for the integration of the new urban agenda and material assistance for recovery and post-conflict resilience. Vulnerable groups who have lost their homes One of the main pillars of the strategy for housing reconstruction, developed by the Government of Iraq and the United Nations Human Settlements Program to promote and accelerate the process of housing reconstruction and development in the affected areas Rh by the crisis. "

"The Government of Japan, through its contribution of some $ 50 million since 2015, has become a vital partner for the United Nations Human Settlements Program in Iraq," he said.


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