The Minister of Planning / the Acting Minister of Finance, Prof. Dr. Ali Yousef Shukri, searched with MP for the Liberal bloc, Mr. Abdulhussain Resan, the reality of services provided to citizens in the province of Dhi Qar and ways to speed up the implementation of investment projects in the province that will improve the standard of living and health and education for the people of the province.
The Minister said in a press statement “We talked today with MP who promises to visits continuing to the ministry and follow-up field for many of the projects that serve the citizens review development plan Dhi Qar province, and what requirements to maintain basic in improving the situation of the health sector, especially in rural areas. We also review the strategy of poverty alleviation relegated Qar and agreed that there will be a final review of the strategy before approval, and what is related with the strategic framework as we discussed about conservation projects in general.
For his part, the MP, Mr. Abdulhussain Resan, thanked the Minister of Planning for his extraordinary efforts in order to achieve the development of a valuable developmental Iraq. Explaining that, we always resort to the Ministry of Planning to resolve the problems facing the implementation of projects in the provinces, especially in the delivery of services to citizens. Noting that (70%) of the territory of the province of Dhi Qarhi from rural areas and disadvantaged and are still deprived of many basic services.
Mr. Resan said that we offered today to the Minister some ideas regarding the implementation of the national strategy for poverty alleviation having been allocated (40) billion dinars for the province as part of this strategy to the year 2013 where it will be put appropriate mechanisms for the distribution of these funds to disadvantaged areas in the province are more than (211) lacks most of the village elementary and middle schools and there (76) health centers free of health services. Indicating that, all these problems were to find solutions to them through our meeting with the Minister of Planning.
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