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Post by claud39 on Sun Nov 24, 2019 7:11 am

Ministry of Planning in cooperation with the World Bank organizes an expanded workshop to discuss the Social Fund for Development Law


2019-11-24





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The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning, Qasim Enaya Farz, said on Sunday that the ministry has gone a long way towards the completion of the Social Fund for Development Law, which will have an important role in two directions, the first, the establishment of a new principle in development, based on the adoption, planning from the bottom. 


The communities that will be supported by the Fund will have a key role in choosing the service projects they need, which is a principle that will restore the relationship and strengthen the relationship between the government and society, thus enhancing mutual trust between the two sides and this will be reflected positively on the mechanisms of project implementation. 


The second represents a new path of social protection in Iraq, as it will adopt an interest in providing basic services to poor communities and providing them with access to basic services.

This came during the presence of the Undersecretary representing the Minister of Planning Dr. Nuri Sabah Al-Dulaimi, the workshop held in Istanbul, to discuss the draft law of the Social Fund for Development with the participation of a number of members of the House of Representatives, representatives of the World Bank, and a number of advisers to the Council of State and Director General of the Fund Najla Ali Murad and Head of the Legal Department in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.

He added that the Social Fund for Development is a five-year project with a total value of about $ 300 million and aims to improve access to basic services and increase temporary employment opportunities in the targeted communities, noting that these objectives will be achieved through financing sub-projects. Community-based education, health, water and economic infrastructure sectors; in addition to supporting the strengthening of the funding system for capacity development of MFIs and capacity building.

For his part, Mr. World Bank Representative Rene Solano, the Bank's readiness to support the efforts of the Iraqi government in the success of the experience of the Social Fund for Development, which will have an important role in supporting the poor and access to services, pointing out that the World Bank has provided a soft loan to Iraq worth 200 million dollars to finance Reconstruction projects in the liberated areas, in addition to the loan granted to Iraq worth 300 million dollars to finance projects of the Social Fund for Development, stressing that the next phase will witness an increase in the pace of the work of the Fund, after the completion of all plans associated with the implementation of projects and provide financial coverage As well as the adoption of the Fund Law which will make it an independent institution.

The deputies expressed a number of observations, ideas and visions that contribute to the strengthening of the fund law, which is hoped to be discussed and approved by the House of Representatives soon. MP Fian Sabri, MP Huda Sajjad and MP Mithaq al-Hamdi.

In a related context, the participants reviewed the experience of Yemen in the establishment of the Social Fund presented by Mr. Khalid Mohiuddin from the World Bank, in which he pointed to the Fund's success factors of legal framework and community ownership of interventions and to promote confidence, flexibility and effective policies in human resources management.

For her part, the Executive Director of the Social Fund for Development reviewed a comprehensive review of the important steps achieved towards the implementation of service projects financed by the Fund, especially service projects in three provinces are Muthanna, Salah al-Din and Dohuk, and it is hoped to include seven new governorates next year, while All governorates will be included in 2021.

The workshop witnessed extensive discussions on the Social Fund for Development law, the mechanisms of the Fund's work and sources of funding, the nature of the service projects to be funded by the project, and the role of local communities in the selection and implementation of these projects.

Participants also discussed the mechanisms of communication and addressing grievances and progress, and steps to develop the institutional work of the Social Fund for Development.





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Ministry of Planning in cooperation with the World Bank organizes an expanded workshop to discuss the Social Fund for Development Law Empty With the participation of deputies and law experts ...

Post by claud39 on Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:30 am

With the participation of deputies and law experts ...


2019-11-26


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Ministry of Planning, in cooperation with the World Bank, holds a workshop to discuss the final draft of the Social Fund for Development Law

The workshop, organized by the Ministry of Planning in cooperation with the World Bank, concluded on Tuesday to discuss the Social Fund for Development Law, with the participation of a number of deputies and advisors of the State Council, as well as the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning, Qasim Enaya Farz, and the Executive Director of the Fund, Mrs. Najlaa Ali Murad, The World Bank, which was chaired by Mr. René Solano, has witnessed extensive discussions of the draft law of the Social Fund for Development, and the deputies (Eng. Mohamed Shiaa Al-Sudani, Dr. Majida Al-Tamimi, Eng. Mohamed Al-Darraji, Huda Sajjad and Metha Al-Hamidi and Dr. Fian Dakhil) made many important observations regarding the said law, while Dr. Riyad Mujool of the State Council reviewed the articles, paragraphs and provisions of the draft law. For her part, the Executive Director of the Social Fund, Najla Ali Murad, reviewed the steps and progress made in the work of the Fund in the three governorates (Muthanna, Salahuddin and Dahuk), which were included in the first phase of the work of the Fund by working to include more than 60 projects in 30 villages These projects include the sectors of water, electricity, sewage, schools, health, roads, etc., pointing out that about 13 thousand citizens in Muthanna province and about (28) thousand Other citizens of Sala governorate H debt will benefit from the services of the Fund at this stage.




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