The adoption of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals, two years ago, provide a unique opportunity to address this.
The Government of the Republic of Korea and UNDP signed a partnership agreement for US$4 million to support stabilization and recovery in newly liberated areas in Iraq.
Mosul is one of the largest stabilization challenges the people of Iraq and the UN have ever faced.
The report showcases results of initiatives impacting the lives of millions of people across the region, including Iraq.
For youth affected by the crisis in Iraq, brushes, palettes and a good dose of creativity can be powerful tools to build a vision of peace and coexistence.
“This Forum can contribute to the Recovery and Resilience Framework in Iraq through helping to reduce extremist thought amongst women.”
UNDP evaluated the performance and potential of promising niche markets to inform tailored livelihood interventions.

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34 million



of government revenue is generated by the oil sector


of Iraqis live on less than US$ 2.2 a day


of youth (15-24 years) are unemployed

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