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Post by claud39 on Fri Oct 11, 2019 9:31 am

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Friday 11 October 2019





Granting salaries to the unemployed in 5 governorates 980-Alsabbaq






Baghdad / morning 


 
The Ministry of Finance on Wednesday discussed with the World Bank the possibility of granting certain salaries to the unemployed in five governorates.



"Minister Fouad Hussein discussed with representatives from the World Bank, the Minister of Labor and representatives of the International Organization for Migration a salary agreement for a period of time during which the unemployed will be trained in order to qualify them into the labor market," the ministry said in a statement received.



She added that "this agreement will include the provinces of Anbar, Babylon, Diyala, Kirkuk and parts of Baghdad as a first stage," noting that "this agreement is part of a large project between the Ministry of Labor and the World Bank for the purpose of supporting segments that need to work immediately to improve their living and social reality."



He stressed the need to achieve maximum benefit from these projects in order to support small families, especially in the liberated areas after the return of displaced people and find jobs for the youth segment, stressing the importance of achieving these projects away from political debates and suspicions of corruption.



For his part, the World Bank expressed its full readiness to support the package of decisions issued by the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives on the opening of jobs and support for employment programs and granting small loans and other projects.



In the same context, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Bassem Abdel Zaman said: “The Ministry has been in discussions and understandings with the United Nations and the World Bank for the implementation of short and medium-term projects to support small families and the youth segment and attract their energies through granting soft loans, which will reflect positively. On the living and social reality
 For citizens. ”






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