Labour launches the meal from the 17 loans to support small projects for the three pr
Labour launches the meal from the 17 loans to support small projects for the three provinces
[Where - Baghdad]
It launched the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, on Thursday, the seventeenth meal covered by soft loans for income-generating enrolled in operating loans circle in three provinces database.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Labour Ammar Menem, in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "the number of covered seventeen meal who has made an earlier applications for loans amounted to 600 beneficiaries in the provinces of [Anbar, Basra, Salaheddin and will be handed over loans to direct the implementation of their projects and small income-generating lending within the Fund program. "
He added that, "declared the website of the Ministry include borrowers under the names [fund to support small projects] includes job seekers registered in the ministry database, applicants for a loan does not exceed the upper limit him 12 million dinars in order to set up small businesses."
He pointed out that "The ministry also launched loans for graduates of Business Innovation of those who participated in shows small projects implemented by the ministry by 158 Asma governorates program [Baghdad, and Babil, Dhi Qar, and Salah al-Din]."
" The ministry has identified the covered outlets for review starting on Monday , 08/01/2016 , and as shown about every name, and can be viewed on the names covered on the website of the Ministry on the link Www.molsa.gov.iq , adding that the ministry meet ratio 3% wages administrative services of the loan amount. "
He pointed out that "the Employment Service and loans identified inter controls to apply for the loans granted to researchers registered to work in the database, according to the priority of the recording, which can be a lifetime job seeker at least 18 years old and not more than 45 years and that the borrower the same project management, and that the job seeker is not entitled to receive more than one loan. "