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Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers hails the role of international organizations in Iraq
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naim al-Ghazi, praised the role of international organizations in Iraq and the implementation of projects and achievements related to the humanitarian and relief activities of displaced persons and refugees in recent years.
This came during a meeting with the country director of Mercy Corps in Iraq, Tania Shanili Avins and the accompanying delegation, stressing the provision of all possible support and facilities for their work in Iraq.
He added that Iraq is looking forward to expanding the organization's future projects to include the southern provinces and to continue their activities with the same high spirit in order to reach the desired humanitarian goals, pointing to the interest of the Iraqi government as well as the humanitarian and relief activities related to the displaced and refugees.
Avinz provided an overview of the main FAO programs, including emergency humanitarian response to vulnerable individuals and their support to meet their basic needs, improving water and sanitation infrastructure in Nineveh, Salahaddin and Anbar governorates as well as developing agricultural projects in Al-Hamdaniya district of Mosul.
Mercy Corps, a global humanitarian organization, has been active in Iraq since 2003, assisted more than five million people and has implemented many emergency and development programs in more than 13 Iraqi provinces.
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