UN announces a project to support five governorates in Iraq

  • 14-09-2021, 16:01
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    The United Nations announced a project to support the five liberated governorates, Nineveh, Anbar, Salah al-Din, Kirkuk and Diyala, while setting the objectives of the survey of institutions that was conducted in three governorates.
    The Director of the United Nations Development Program in Iraq, Zina Ali Ahmed, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The United Nations Development Program is currently implementing a pilot project that contributes to developing technical and material assistance for small and medium companies affiliated with the private sector, and it is implemented in the five liberated governorates."
    Zina talked about the surveys carried out by the United Nations for private sector companies, explaining that "the United Nations is carrying out surveys of micro(ultrafine), small and medium enterprises as part of our partnership with the Ministry of Planning, and the aim of which is to develop a vision that helps the government develop a plan for the development of the private sector," noting that "the survey It is essential to know the challenges and opportunities available to Iraqi micro, small and medium enterprises.
    She pointed out that "about 2,000 Iraqi institutions were surveyed in three governorates, namely Baghdad, Basra and Nineveh, and we found out their necessary needs, what are the available resources and the challenges they face," explaining that "the results of the survey will contribute to developing a strategy to support institutions as an economic movement that is necessary to support in order to strengthen resources of the Iraqi economy.