Iraq advisory board and UN officials discuss plan of implementation of strategic projects
Baghdad Tariq al-Araji committee recommended guidelines for part of the strategic UN need to develop a model for the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the beneficiaries in the country and the International Organization on projects intended implementation, detailing the activities that belong to ministries and those carried out by the organization, with a breakdown of the project budget to allow for the identification share hand Iraqi beneficiaries.
said spokesman of the advisers Khalil Atwani’s (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network) that it came during the meeting held at the headquarters of the advisers in the Council of Ministers with the Steering Committee co-chaired by President of the Engineer Thamer Ghadban and Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General UN in Iraq in the presence of members of work teams sectoral five of the framework strategic UN by the Iraqi side and members of the UN organizations five, a difference of economic growth, and environmental management, and basic services, and human capital, as well as representatives of the Group governance, human rights and a number of experts and advisers in the body.
added Atwani said Ghadhban made at the outset of the meeting About Iraqi government’s efforts in the development of the common funding mechanism by a committee set up under his chairmanship and membership of the Commission and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and the Ministries of Planning and Finance, and the money allocated for this purpose within the budget year , and how they are distributed among the projects and programs of the ministries implemented jointly with United Nations organizations and the U.S. Agency for International Development and other international bodies other, after deducting a percentage of the Kurdistan region’s 17 percent.
and pointed out that the Chairman of the Commission stressed the need to hold commitments for projects subject to the mechanism adopted by the end of this year to enable the Ministry of Finance to proceed with arrangements for this.
and said Atwani said the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the UN, Ms. Jacqueline Paddock made part clarification about the efforts the UN organizations in reducing the number of programs and projects proposed under the mechanism to (28) project after it was over from (100) project as to enable managed better, and the need to develop a system to monitor the implementation and based mechanisms to benefit from the experience of the United Nations through the national funding.
And that totals five of the framework strategic UN from the Iraqi side had submitted bids for special projects mechanism, and About goals The cost and the required contribution by the ministries and departments not associated with the Ministry, and the required contribution of United Nations organizations.
meeting recommended the need to develop a model for the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the beneficiaries and the United Nations organizations, to be standard for all programs and projects, and to elect the Iraqi sign an MoU with organization on behalf of a group of organizations, in the event of plurality. and work organizations in the design and documentation of integrated projects include details of activities to be implemented by ministries and those carried out by organizations, with a breakdown of the project budget to allow for the identification share each Iraqi beneficiaries that catch document the Memorandum of Understanding.
as The meeting recommended the advisers flags for international partnership committee chaired by Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs informed the meeting attached to projects submitted by the United Nations with a view to approval, so that the Partnership Committee informed the ministries of finance and planning required for each allocation Iraqi beneficiaries of the projects. The group governance and human rights, working under the co-chairmanship of the advisers in the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Human Rights and the membership of a number of ministries and other relevant bodies.