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Iraq Reform, Recovery and Reconstruction Fund I3RF : Trust Fund Annual Progress Report to Development Partners 2021 (Inglés)

The Iraq Reform, Recovery and Reconstruction Fund (I3RF) was founded in partnership with the Government of Iraq in 2018 and is funded by Canada, Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom. The Trust Fund provides a platform for financing and strategic dialogue for reconstruction and development in Iraq, with a focus on promoting targeted national reform efforts and improving the effectiveness of public and private investments in socio-economic recovery and reconstruction. The I3RF also aspires to support gender equality, the climate change agenda, peacebuilding, and citizen engagement in Iraq. Since its inception in November 2018, the I3RF has worked closely with the GoI to support its recovery and reconstruction plans as well as inform its reform agenda adopted in October 2020. Sector teams continue to work closely with over 28 line ministries and other government entities to develop concrete action plans to implement the White Paper through technical assistance, advisory, analytical work and Recipient- Executed pilot projects. In 2021, the I3RF produced 32 multi-sectoral analytical works The I3RF has significantly contributed to (i) Delisting Iraq from the European Union~^!!^s list of high-risk countries for money laundering under the leadership of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Office and; (ii). Delisting Iraq from the World Bank list of non-compliant countries for reporting on external public debt.

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  • Fecha del documento

    2022/01/31

  • Tipo de documento

    Informe Anual

  • Número del informe

    168974

  • Volumen

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Todo el mundo,

  • Región

    Región,

  • Fecha de divulgación

    2022/02/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nom. del doc.

    Iraq Reform, Recovery and Reconstruction Fund I3RF : Trust Fund Annual Progress Report to Development Partners 2021

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    Public Financial Management; Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise; state-owned banks; Damage and Needs Assessment; Infection Prevention and Control; Learning for All; construction of school building; share of public spending; teaching and learning materials; economic reform agenda; school infrastructure; labor market need; quality of education; health and environment; public service delivery; reconstruction and rehabilitation; high risk country; gulf cooperation council; implementation of reform; education sector reform; domestic revenue mobilization; country economic memorandum; people with disability; conflict and violence; public works department; Financial Management System; cash transfer program; global oil market; trade and investment; theory of change; tax administration reform; Internally Displaced Person; foreign direct investment; information and communication; number of trainings; external public debt; access to finance; public investment management; climate change vulnerability; Financial Sector; electricity network; women's empowerment; food system; economic recovery; oil price; pilot program; Gender Equality; budget law; participatory approach; business environment; citizen engagement; education infrastructure; government entity; visual identity; Education Policy; learning assessment; learning time; financial system; external account; education decision; oil production; policy work; budget rigidity; corporate governance; fiscal risk; financial industry; large bank; public transfer; government action; effective monitoring; low rainfall; agricultural structure; Water Shortage; financial resource; industrial sector; healthcare services; budget revenue; fiscal balance; public intervention; fiscal constraint; Financial Stability; financial infrastructure; oil revenue; Oil Export; Energy Sector; financial decision; iraqi dinar; Curriculum Reform; international standard; quality assessment; university graduate; work transition; transparent process; teacher support; physical damage; academic program; own fund; education outcome; targeted program; market needs; Education Financing; increasing transparency; management capacity; food insecurity; price spike; input supply; development partner; capacity assessment; policy formulation; Cultural Heritage; institution building; food health; resources allocation; labor participation; digital transformation; risk assessment; Climate Risk; government risk; grant funding; vulnerable group; school construction; pilot initiatives; reform process; investment limit; social outcome; student learning; school reconstruction; educational infrastructure; school support; recent years; public funding; Teacher Recruitment; ITS Learning; strategic areas; private construction; recruitment practice; budget constraint; allocation formula; it infrastructure; psychosocial support; teaching strategy; Teacher Deployment; mobile device; learning indicator; education indicator; school grant; vulnerable child; Vocational Education; numeracy skill; regional statistics; vulnerable population; project finance; program development; environment education; Social Protection; national reform; private investment; donor community; community engagement; Green Zone; Vocational Training; electricity shortage; global demand; security plan; Higher Education; active engagement; emergency water; water authority; project pipeline; money laundering; operational strategy; Project Monitoring; economic lag; emergency social

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