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Funding Facility for Stabilization Quarter III Report 2019

Mar 2, 2020

At the end of quarter three, FFS had a total of 3,394 projects, an additional 257 projects since the end of the second quarter. Projects were taking place in all five liberated governorates, with the highest number of projects taking place in Ninewa (1,866), followed by Anbar (1,035), Salah al Din (333), Kirkuk (126) and Diyala (34). Finally, 2,196 projects were completed, 271 under implementation, 131 tendering and 796 being developed.

At the end of August, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimated that 4,350,150 Iraqis had returned to their area of origin. This represents an increase of 45,012

people since the end of Quarter One. Despite this, 1,552,914 people remain displaced.

One of the most notable achievements of the reporting period was the completion of Al Qubba Water Treatment Plant. The project was initiated in 2017 and two years of work saw two phases of rehabilitation. Al Qubba is the largest WTP in the city and will now serve approximately 700,000 residents across 30 neighborhoods.

Gains in the water sector continued in Al Qaim which saw the completion of the rehabilitation of the Al Qaim Unified Water Treatment Plant. This large facility has a pumping capacity of more than 1,000 cubic meters per hour and feeds directly into networks that serve various districts which are home to approximately 50% of the population of Al Qaim.

Twenty-eight donors have contributed USD 1,189,797,680 as of 31 September 2019. This report provides an overview of FFS activities during the third quarter of 2019, which encompasses 1 July 2019-31 September 2019.

 

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