Remaking IN IRAQ NEEDS ASSESSMENT

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Recreation IN IRAQ NEEDS Evaluation. Reproduction in Iraq. Taking after the dispatch of the changed Helpful Advance for Iraq on 23 June 2003, the center of the UN endeavors has moved towards advancing a compelling move towards recuperation and remaking. . Needs Appraisals.

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´╗┐Reproduction IN IRAQ NEEDS ASSESSMENT

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Reconstruction in Iraq Following the dispatch of the reexamined Humanitarian Appeal for Iraq on 23 June 2003, the concentration of the UN endeavors has moved towards advancing a successful move towards recuperation and recreation.

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Needs Assessments Carried out through an association between the World Bank and UN Development Group. Under the general coordination of SRSG Sergio Vieira de Mello and Humanitarian Coordinator, Ramiro Lopes da Silva.

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Focus of Needs Assessments: 2004 need needs and financing necessities. Limit building and business era. Past 2004 preparatory framework of the recreation, restoration and speculation needs.

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Guiding Principles The Assessments will concentrate on evaluating the budgetary needs inside every division for 2004 while offering need to: Iraqi cooperation and possession the foundation of the important approach and administrative system; institutional necessities; the recreation or extension of basic social framework and administrations; the security of the helpless amid the move stage; and the prompt production of work openings; compassionate help prerequisites that may exist past the term of the changed philanthropic interest, 31 December 2003.

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Health Education Agriculture, Water Resources & Food Security Mine Action Water Supply & Sanitation Macroeconomics Economic administration Investment Climate & State Owned Enterprises Banking & Finance Transport & Telecommunications Electricity Livelihoods & Employment Generation Housing Institutional Capacity Building & Rule of Law Priority Sectors

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Health Participants: WHO, World Bank, UNICEF, UNEP, UNFPA, FAO Key Issues: Subsectors: Primary Health Care & Reproductive Health Focus on substance: educational modules and techniques for instructing, conventions for social insurance, and clinical or nursing rehearse Focus on structures: restoration of harmed structures and guaranteeing that they are associated with fundamental administrations Focus on repetitive budgetary requirements for administrations to work Focus on HR: advancement of abilities and linkage to the outside world Focus on emotionally supportive networks: getting basic supplies to where they are required and guaranteeing sufficient voice and email correspondence Task Manager: David Nabarro , WHO

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Education Participants: World Bank, UNICEF, UNESCO Key Issues: Infrastructure: For all levels of training School gear and materials. Organization and instructor's compensations and preparing. Information Management Task Manager: Jeffrey Waite, World Bank

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Agriculture, Water Resources & Food Security Participants: FAO, World Bank, WFP, UNEP Key Issues: Agriculture improvement, and expanding country earnings and work, particularly of the poor Irrigation and Water Resources Development Trade and value strategies Institutional advancement and effective arrangement of open administrations Food Security and wellbeing nets Task Manager: Daud Khan, FAO

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Mine Action Participants: UNMAS, UNDP, UNICEF, UNOPS Key Issues: Mine Clearance/EOD Victim Assistance and Education Vulnerable Groups Task Manager: Archie Law , UNMAS

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Water Supply & Sanitation Participants: UNICEF, UNOPS, UNDP, UNEP, World Bank, UNIDO, HABITAT Key Issues: Urban Water generation/conveyance/quality Urban Waste water accumulation/treatment/transfer utilize Rural Water and Sanitation Solid waste administration Institutional perspectives and group interest Financing/Tariffs Task Manager: Carel de Rooy , UNICEF

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Macroeconomics Participants: IMF, World Bank, UNDP Key Issues: Macroeconomic system for 2004 Sectoral projections on expected advancements in: adjust of installments, money related, monetary and genuine divisions Discussion of the approach structure supporting the macroeconomic projections depicted above Identification of the specialized help needs in the monetary, fiscal, and factual territories, to actualize the macroeconomic structure. Undertaking Manager: Lorenzo Perez , IMF

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Economic Management Participant: World Bank, IMF Key Issues: Focus on Trade Focus on Pricing Focus on Safety Net Task Manager: Saumya Mitra , World Bank

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Investment Climate & State Owned Enterprises (SOE) Participants: World Bank, IFC, UNIDO Key Issues: Update learning base on SOEs Size (VA, commitment to GDP, business, resources/liabilities) Review status of SOEs Evaluation of choices: Liquidation, coordinate privatization, rebuilding for future privatization, stay out in the open hands Evaluation of business/unemployment issues identified with SOEs Task Manager: Zoubida Alloua , World Bank

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Banking & Finance Participants: World Bank, IFC Key Issues: Banking Stock Market (as of now shut) Insurance (property, loss, and so on.) Pension Systems Housing Finance Municipal Financing Microfinance/SMEs Task Manager: Samir El-Daher , World Bank

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Transport & Telecommunications Participants: World Bank, UNDP, ITU Key Issues: Projected Capital and intermittent uses/incomes in the 2 segments Institutional and arrangement issues on foundation Contribution of the 2 segments to whatever remains of the economy Task Manager: Mohammed Feghoul , World Bank

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Electricity Participants: UNDP, World Bank, UNEP Key Issues: Number of representatives/staff as of now in the power division Additional data on fuel utilization and nature of accessible fuel Extent of harm brought about to Iraq substation framework State of the Transmission lines particularly in regions where episodes of plundering keep on causing disturbance Task Manager: Michel Gautier , UNDP

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Livelihoods & Employment Generation Participants: UNDP, UNEP, ILO, UNICEF, UNOPS, HABITAT, UNHCR Key Issues: Employment: Special thoughtfulness regarding helpless gatherings Social security for defenseless gatherings Short term need needs: Immediate work; reintegration and pay era ventures for the arrival of IDPs and exiles; Mobilizing and reintegrating deactivated troopers and expelled government employees; Reconciliation, Truth Commissions; Emergency recovery of open structures; Employment for lodging openings; Mapping of land mines to dispose of that deterrent to coming back to work; Public works program. Task Manager: Francis Dubois , UNDP

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Housing Participants: HABITAT, World Bank, UNEP Key Issues: Urban Management Housing Policy Land Titles, Evictions and Property Restitution Housing Finance Task Manager: Chris Williams , HABITAT

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Institutional Capacity Building & Rule of Law Participants: UNDP, OHCHR, HABITAT, IOM, UNIFEM, UNOPS, UNICEF, ILO, UNEP Key Issues: Local Governance Rule of Law Civil Society & Media Task Manager: Oscar Fernandez Taranco , UNDP

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Cross-Cutting Themes Gender (UNIFEM) Environment (UNEP) Human rights (OHCHR) Capacity Analysis of Government Institutions & Civil Society Organizations

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Methodology The appraisals will be done utilizing an assortment of strategies, including: Limited outside missions to Iraq Desk studies and audit and examination of accessible information and data Use of neighborhood UN staff, and nearby advisors Close joint effort with government specialized staff and the CPA Interaction with common society and NGOs working in Iraq

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Member State Participation Up to 20 outer specialists designated by intrigued part states will join the Needs Assessment Missions. Point of convergence for Members States will be Mr. Scratch Krafft, in the World Bank, and Ms. Sally Fegan-Wyles, with the UNDGO, and the Office of the HCI in Baghdad. Part expresses that have a nearness in Baghdad will be welcome to the partners' workshops. Part States will have extra access to data through: intermittent briefings, through the Liaison Group, on the advance made. access to the UNDG site page that will give data on the necessities evaluations and go about as the gathering for data trade. briefings as asked for amid any gatherings and counsels that may happen before October.

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Stakeholder Participation UNDG Website: http://iraq.undg.org Liaison Group Stakeholder gatherings Existing philanthropic data channels

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Time Line Needs Assessments Stakeholders Meetings Donor Conference Sector Reports July August September October

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