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Post by claud39 on Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:47 am

Various sectors include planning to hold a meeting with JICA to discuss Japanese loan projects worth $ 7.7 million




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The Department of Sector Planning, one of the Ministry of Planning, held a joint meeting with the delegation of Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) at the Ministry's headquarters to discuss Japanese loan projects worth $ 7.7 million for 28 different projects in the health, education, water and electricity sectors. Samawah and Baghdad Water Project. The Director General of the Sector Planning Department, Bassem Mahmoud Dhari, who chaired the meeting, said: "The Department and through its planning sectors will work to overcome all obstacles through a clear new vision and within a few days to complete these projects and start implementing them on the ground. Baghdad Water and the Samawah Project.

Stressing the importance of health sector projects and promised that there will be a direct meeting with all concerned in the Ministry of Health to discuss its projects or update and work to determine priorities with the Japanese delegation. He pointed out that the priority of the liberated areas is to rehabilitate the hospitals that have been damaged by sabotage and terrorism, stressing that JICA has an important and pioneering role in this field and has worked on important projects that affect the lives of the Iraqi citizen who suffered a lot.

For his part, the representative of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency Kazma Yozuki and his delegation said that the next phase will witness an important transition in the implementation of projects, praising the role of the efforts of the Ministry of Planning, especially the work of the sectoral departments in correcting the imbalance and overcoming the obstacles and holding direct meetings with the relevant authorities in order to speed and accuracy of the inclusion of projects Implementation. "The Japanese government over the past decade has provided Japan with more than 720 billion yen in the form of a loan for development assistance. It has 
implemented technical cooperation within the training program for nearly 9,500 Iraqi trainees in Japan. To carry out nearly 28 projects in the areas of health, education, electricity and water.





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JICA (Japan) and UNDP Partnership Agreement to Accelerate the Projects for Socio-Economic Development in Iraq



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Baghdad, 7 July 2019 - Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and UNDP announced a renewed agreement and commemorated the 10th anniversary for their partnership to accelerate the implementation of socio-economic infrastructure projects in Iraq to improve the economic recovery and living condition of Iraqi people in key sectors such as electricity, water and sanitation, oil, irrigation, transportation, industry, health and communication. The GoI welcomes the reinforced partnership between JICA and UNDP.


Since 2008, JICA has signed 31 loan agreements, total amount of which is JPY 830 billion (equivalent to USD 7.7 billion), with Iraqi Government for economic and social infrastructure projects and programs in Iraq to improve daily lives of Iraqi people. In order to ensure accountability, transparency and efficiency in project implementation, the Government of Iraq (GoI) and the Government of Japan/JICA jointly established a monitoring mechanism called Monitoring Committee (M/C) in 2008. UNDP has undertaken the supporting role to assist and advise the M/C based on the partnership agreement between JICA and UNDP.

Under this partnership, UNDP has been working alongside JICA and the Government of Iraq (GoI) on project monitoring and capacity development. UNDP identifies bottlenecks pertaining to project implementation, providing analyses and recommendations for action on cross-cutting issues to the M/C to accelerate project implementation.


The M/C is the longest continual committee in the GoI system as the 43rd M/C Meeting was held on 4th July 2019 in Baghdad with Iraqi ministries to update the progress and find the solutions for challenges that the projects face in order to accelerate the project implementation and deliver the public services to the Iraqi people.


The GoI, JICA and UNDP reconfirm all parties’ continual efforts to enhance this tripartite collaboration mechanism to expedite the improvement of national strategic infrastructures, which will contribute to better public services as well as to the private sector development for more and better job opportunities.


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For additional information, please contact:
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Email: mohammed.al-bahbahanee@undp.org
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[size=39]JICA Japan and UNDP Partnership Agreement to Accelerate the Projects for Socio-Economic Development in Iraq[/size]


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Baghdad, 7 July 2019- Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and UNDP announced a renewed agreement and commemorated the 10[size=14]th anniversary for their partnership to accelerate the implementation of socio-economic infrastructure projects in Iraq to improve the economic recovery and living condition of Iraqi people in key sectors such as electricity, water and sanitation, oil, irrigation, transportation, industry, health and communication. The GoI welcomes the reinforced partnership between JICA and UNDP.


Since 2008, JICA has signed 31 loan agreements, total amount of which is JPY 830 billion (equivalent to USD 7.7 billion), with Iraqi Government for economic and social infrastructure projects and programs in Iraq to improve daily lives of Iraqi people. In order to ensure accountability, transparency and efficiency in project implementation, the Government of Iraq (GoI) and the Government of Japan/JICA jointly established a monitoring mechanism called Monitoring Committee (M/C) in 2008. UNDP has undertaken the supporting role to assist and advise the M/C based on the partnership agreement between JICA and UNDP.
Under this partnership, UNDP has been working alongside JICA and the Government of Iraq (GoI) on project monitoring and capacity development. UNDP identifies bottlenecks pertaining to project implementation, providing analyses and recommendations for action on cross-cutting issues to the M/C to accelerate project implementation.
The M/C is the longest continual committee in the GoI system as the 43rd M/C Meeting was held on 4th July 2019 in Baghdad with Iraqi ministries to update the progress and find the solutions for challenges that the projects face in order to accelerate the project implementation and deliver the public services to the Iraqi people.
The GoI, JICA and UNDP reconfirm all parties’ continual efforts to enhance this tripartite collaboration mechanism to expedite the improvement of national strategic infrastructures, which will contribute to better public services as well as to the private sector development for more and better job opportunities.[/size]
 For additional information, please contact:
Mr. Mohammed Bahbahani, Communications Specialist, Mob: +964 770 439 9222




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JICA (Japan) and UNDP Partnership Agreement to Accelerate the Projects for Socio-Economic Development in Iraq


Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and UNDP announced a renewed agreement and commemorated the 10th anniversary for their partnership to accelerate the implementation of socio-economic infrastructure projects in Iraq to improve the economic recovery and living condition of Iraqi people in key sectors such as electricity, water and sanitation, oil, irrigation, transportation, industry, health and communication. The GoI welcomes the reinforced partnership between JICA and UNDP.

Since 2008, JICA has signed 31 loan agreements, total amount of which is JPY 830 billion (equivalent to USD 7.7 billion), with Iraqi Government for economic and social infrastructure projects and programs in Iraq to improve daily lives of Iraqi people. In order to ensure accountability, transparency and efficiency in project implementation, the Government of Iraq (GoI) and the Government of Japan/JICA jointly established a monitoring mechanism called Monitoring Committee (M/C) in 2008. UNDP has undertaken the supporting role to assist and advise the M/C based on the partnership agreement between JICA and UNDP.

Under this partnership, UNDP has been working alongside JICA and the Government of Iraq (GoI) on project monitoring and capacity development. UNDP identifies bottlenecks pertaining to project implementation, providing analyses and recommendations for action on cross-cutting issues to the M/C to accelerate project implementation.

The M/C is the longest continual committee in the GoI system as the 43rd M/C Meeting was held on 4th July 2019 in Baghdad with Iraqi ministries to update the progress and find the solutions for challenges that the projects face in order to accelerate the project implementation and deliver the public services to the Iraqi people.

The GoI, JICA and UNDP reconfirm all parties’ continual efforts to enhance this tripartite collaboration mechanism to expedite the improvement of national strategic infrastructures, which will contribute to better public services as well as to the private sector development for more and better job opportunities.

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The balance of News revealed the Joint Center for Coordination and Monitoring JCMC in the General Secretariat of theCouncil of Ministers, on Thursday, announced the signing of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA), 31st loan of 7.7 billion US dollars for the implementation of projects and programs of infrastructure and economic and social infrastructure in Iraq agreement.
 
"The local government in Nineveh province has opened the Al-Rabee Primary Health Care Center, Al-Muthanna Sports and Youth Center and the East Mosul Mosquito, after being rehabilitated by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP)," the center said in its daily report, read by Mawazine News.

 
The report said: "In Anbar province, the local council of the province of Ameriyah steadfast that the humanitarian organizations began the establishment of four schools in areas south of the city of Fallujah in general after obtaining the approval of the province as part of a step aimed at addressing the shortage in school buildings.


"The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture in Iraq and with the participation of experts from across the region, held a workshop and training program to eradicate red palm weevil in Iraq, and to apply appropriate phytosanitary measures and pest management practices to eliminate The spread of this scourge and prevent its spread in other regions. "


The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), according to the report, "renewed the cooperation agreement to accelerate the implementation of economic and social infrastructure projects in Iraq, to ​​promote economic recovery and living conditions of the Iraqi people in key sectors such as electricity, Health, oil, irrigation, transportation, industry, health and communications. The Japanese agency signed 31 total loan agreements worth 830 billion yen (about 7.7 billion US dollars) for Iraq's economic and social infrastructure projects and programs to improve life And a curse for the Iraqi people. " 


The Joint Coordination and Monitoring Center (JMCC) in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers issues daily, weekly and monthly reports to inform citizens and specialists about the humanitarian situation in Iraq.







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