The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Erbil Governorate have launched eight infrastructure projects to improve services that are fundamental to daily life, such as electricity, water, roads, and sewerage, for over 284,000 people across the Governorate of Erbil.
UNDP’s Iraq Crisis Response and Resilience Programme (ICRRP) partnered with one of the world’s leading automotive companies, Toyota Iraq, to offer unique opportunities for displaced youth who struggle to find employment.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Iraqi Ministry of Health and Environment conducted the first technical workshop on drafting the Sixth National Report (6NR) of the Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) to start the critical report preparation consistent with the highest standards of scientific and gender-responsive data analysis
In March 2018, The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) delivered a training and mentoring course for 23 mid-ranking police officers from the provinces of Anbar and Karbala on Improving the Effectiveness of Local Police (IELP).
The Ministry of the Interior of Iraq and UNDP held a workshop on establishing standard operating procedures (SOP) for criminal investigations.
The Council of Ministers has endorsed “Iraq Government-Wide Institutional Performance Management System” for immediate application across public sector institutions in Iraq
To strengthen women’s participation in national environment protection, disaster preparedness and risk response to climate action, an electronic platform was launched on “Women for Safe and Green Iraq” (WfSGI).

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34 million

Population

99%

of government revenue is generated by the oil sector

23%

of Iraqis live on less than US$ 2.2 a day

18%

of youth (15-24 years) are unemployed

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