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Efforts to raise productivity rates of human resources

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Efforts to raise productivity rates of human resources

Tuesday 01 June 2021 131
Baghdad: Hussein Thagheb - Hazem Muhammad Habib


Yesterday, the World Bank Group organized the Iraqi Human Development Forum, which will discuss over two days, important topics that carry real human resource development.

Deputy Minister of Planning Maher Johan read a speech on behalf of Minister Khaled Battal Al-Najm, in which he explained the importance of human resources and investment in them, and the positive results achieved for countries that have adopted investment optimized for those resources.

He pointed to "Iraq's interest in programs that advance human resources, but the challenges after the year 2018 confused the implementation of the prepared programs," explaining the importance of "adopting mechanisms that advance this wealth and enhance human resources capabilities by creating a legislative environment that supports these trends."

He stated that "the poverty alleviation plan and its human resources development programs have a role in raising the productivity rates of these resources, in cooperation with the World Bank team."

The focus of economic advancement


As for the expert in financial affairs, Mahmoud Mohamed Dagher, he stressed that “the axis of economic advancement and sustainable development is human resources, which must be qualified in the correct manner to achieve the highest levels of benefit for the country.”

He pointed out that {the forum gathers local and international experiences at the same time to achieve a lofty goal of developing human capital and employing it to advance all service and production sectors, especially since Iraq is able to employ young people in various fields of development}.

In turn, the academic Salah al-Din al-Imam stated that “Iraq is a society that is described as young people, given the large proportion of which it consists of this category, and this in itself is a divine gift that requires good employment that serves the country through various programs.”

Finding new mechanisms

He pointed out that {this forum represents an important hub in finding new mechanisms that represent a road map that positively absorb young people and move them to a new, more important stage that serves the national economy and society.

In turn, the economist at the World Bank, Wael Mansour, said that "Iraq faces challenges in the field of human capital, which requires urgent intervention."

Mansour pointed out that {human resource development is a condition for achieving growth, and Iraq has an important population base that is in harmony with development plans and what was stated in the white paper}.

The forum concluded that if Iraq was able to adopt ideal reforms, it would be able to provide the necessary revenues to advance the important sectors, foremost of which are health and education.

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