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Iraq Governance and Resilience

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IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-52-CSSF-06-000014

Description

This programme seeks to support the Government of Iraq in newly liberated areas and in Basra to make governance and the delivery of services more effective, responsive and legitimate. It will build two-way communication and consultation mechanisms between citizens and local governments, empowering civil society and communities to engage, influence and hold local government to account. It seeks to achieve this through the following strands: (1) Rehabilitation of critical infrastructure in liberated areas, restoring essential services like water and electricity for citizens, and supporting the return of internally displaced people. (2) Build and use political will and capability among sub-national government institutions and leaders (men and women) in liberated areas and Basra to respond more effectively to citizens’ needs (men, women, girls and boys).

Status - Post-completion More information about project status
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Participating Organisation(s) More information about implementing organisation(s)
Sectors

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Budget

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