Tuesday, 07 May / May 2013 20:01
[Baghdad - where]
Research and planning minister in the Kurdistan Regional Government on Tuesday the World Bank responsible in Iraq Maria Helen بركنل, and her entourage projects and activities of the World Bank in the region.
A statement by the provincial government agency received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Tuesday, "During the meeting, they discussed projects and activities of the World Bank in the Kurdistan region, which is implemented in collaboration with the Ministry of Planning, especially the provision of advisory services and technical support by the World Bank to provide advisory services to institutions Kurdistan Regional Government in various fields, for the purpose of benefiting from the experiences of foreign experts for the purpose of implementation of projects and institutions work better. "
He pointed out that "the provision of advisers under the agreement concluded between the Ministry of Planning in the Kurdistan Regional Government and the World Bank in providing expertise and technical support."
The statement continued, "also met with the Minister of Planning, a delegation least from the World Bank headed by [Caroline Winter] director of social programs in the Middle East and North Africa and discussed with World Bank projects for the community, which is one of the projects to provide consulting services, and highlighted the minister highlighted during the meeting on the mechanism of functioning work in the program and the most important results so far, in addition to the program's future plans. "
For its part, "explained [Winter] that the Kurdistan region has achieved success in the implementation of such projects and is considered a successful model in the region in the field of community participation and government agencies in all respects."
He KRG statement that "the World Bank oversees the implementation of the social program in 16 provinces of the region compound three and management Ckramaan and a number of areas outside the region." Is over.
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