What We Do

Present in Iraq since 1976, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is committed to supporting the Government and people of Iraq during their transition towards reconciliation, reform and stability. UNDP’s support ranges from promoting emergency livelihoods and community dialogue in districts impacted by the humanitarian crisis, to helping stabilize newly liberated areas through its Funding Facility for Immediate Stabilization (FFIS), to providing technical assistance in support of governance reforms and decentralization.

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Fact Sheet: Expanded Stabilization

In April 2016, UNDP opened a second stabilization channel known as the Funding Facility for Expanded Stabilization (FFES). FFES is an intermediate mechanism designed to quickly consolidate the gains made during immediate stabilization by generating large numbers of jobs in newly liberated cities and stabilizing the corridors between liberated districts.

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