Work: the allocation of $ 25 million to set up projects that serve the beneficiaries of the ministry

2016/5/24 14:53

[Where - Baghdad]

The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs announced that it would receive a financial allocation of $ 25 million to finance priority projects of the beneficiaries slice of ministry service.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Labour Ammar Menem, in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Tuesday, "The Islamic Development Bank will give the Ministry of Labor $ 25 million grant under the loan which will be submitted to the Iraqi government and ranges between 500 to 800 million dollars ]. "

"The ministry participated in the consultative meeting with the IDB, which was held in the Jordanian capital Amman to discuss the financing of projects submitted from all sectors of the government group, adding that the ministry submitted a set of priority in the provision of services to beneficiaries of projects in order to obtain a grant to finance these projects."

"The projects presented by the ministry included nine projects related to the reform of the events and people with special needs and to create a safe environment for workers and occupational health and safety Among the projects: the establishment of institutes of mental disability by two institutes in Baghdad, and set up home for the elderly instead of a house in the al-Rashad area being dilapidated, and the completion of what has been in the process of scanning the labor market, and ensuring laboratories to check the quality of the work environment pollutants. "

And between Menem said "among the projects submitted by the ministry also: monument, equip and run a laboratory for examination and evaluation of protective equipment, health, and the monitoring and recording of reported work-related injuries, and project control and monitoring of child labor in Iraq, and the project of vocational training support and improve employment opportunities, support rehabilitation projects and the repair events in sections of reform. "

He noted that "the ministry completed the aspects related to its work in the national strategic plan for poverty alleviation where they discussed the importance of these projects with the Islamic Bank for two days of meetings with other state sectors as electricity, municipalities, health, education, education, Displacement and Migration" .