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Japan Invests Additional US$ 607,500 for Life-Saving Maternal, Protection Services in Iraq DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

Japan Invests Additional US$ 607,500 for Life-Saving Maternal, Protection Services in Iraq

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Japan Invests Additional US$ 607,500 for Life-Saving Maternal, Protection Services in Iraq Empty Japan Invests Additional US$ 607,500 for Life-Saving Maternal, Protection Services in Iraq

Post by RamblerNash Sun Apr 04, 2021 11:47 am

Japan Invests Additional US$ 607,500 for Life-Saving Maternal, Protection Services in Iraq 58fe3f98a6956c2e8d30f93114dd6cb0_L
Basnews English  2021/04/04 - 15:59  Iraq

BAGHDAD (UNFPA) — The Government of Japan approved an additional US$607,500 to support the continuation of reproductive health and gender-based violence-related services provided by UNFPA.

In 2020, Japan contributed US$ 1.3 Million to increase the utilisation, access, and continuation of life-saving, survivor-centred, multi-sectoral gender-based violence and sexual reproductive health (SRH) services in Baghdad, Salahuddin, Anbar, and Nineveh governorates of Iraq.

The new funding will ensure that people in need, particularly returnees in the targeted areas, receive comprehensive reproductive health and gender-based violence services while supporting the prevention of COVID-19 through raising awareness of the most vulnerable communities including the people with disabilities and through the provision of Personal Protection Equipment to services providers.

His Excellency Mr SUZUKI Kotaro, Ambassador of Japan to Iraq, stated: “Japan has recently decided to provide a new assistance package for Iraq amounting over US$50 million including this project as assistance for women and girls.”

“With this package, the total amount of Japan’s assistance to the people affected by the crisis reaches US$590 million since 2014.  I hope that the assistance from the Government and people of Japan will help ensure the protection of women and girls among internally displaced persons, returnee and host community”, he added.

“The complexity of challenges faced by the people of Iraq, particularly women and girls, has grown due to COVID-19. The pandemic is deepening pre-existing inequalities and exposing gaps in social systems. UNFPA strives to ensure that vulnerable women and girls receive a comprehensive package of services, a continuum of care, as well as timely referrals,” said Dr Rita Columbia, UNFPA Representative to Iraq.

Japan has been a UNFPA strategic partner with contributions amounting to a total of US$12,459,585 over the last six years ensuring most vulnerable women and girls affected by the crisis across Iraq have access to health and protection services.

UNFPA is thankful for the Government of Japan for their commitment to the reproductive rights of women and girls and ending gender-based violence.     

https://www.basnews.com/en/babat/679819
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