Kurdistan Region of Iraq : Economic and Social Impact Assessment of the ...
The development objective of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) economic and social impact assessment is to provide the Iraqi Government with an impact analysis of the current crisis at the regional level. This will provide a foundation for international efforts to assist the KRG in its efforts to rally humanitarian support.
The Economic Impact of the Syrian War and the Spread of ISIS - World Bank
Kurdistan Regional Government : Economic and Social Impact Assessment of the Syrian Conflict and ISIS Insurgency Kulaksiz, Sibel (2015-03) The Syrian civil war, which began in 2011 and the ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) insurgency which accelerated in June 2014 led to this report.
Iraq's Tourism Potential - World Bank
While it will require further political stability and security, tourism in Iraq stands to be a major growth sector. The Iraqi tourism sector is currently underdeveloped and in a state of neglect, due to decades of war, closed regimes and recurrent instability and insecurity.
Compounding Misfortunes: Changes in Poverty Since the Onset of COVID-19 ...
However, COVID-19 has compounded existing vulnerabilities or crises in Jordan, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) and Lebanon. Syrian refugees – most of whom have been displaced for up to nine years – are particularly exposed given their perilous pre-crisis situation.
What gets in their way? A closer look into why so few women work in ...
For instance, data for Jordan and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq show that the acceptance to women’s work outside the home decreases considerably once a woman is married. Finally, “Having a child” implies additional barriers related to access and availability of quality childcare services which may lead women to withdraw from the labor market.
Public Procurement Reform in Iraq: A Long and Difficult Road - World Bank
representatives from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), the Shura Council, 2. the Council of Ministers’ (COM) exceptions were Economic Committee, the Integrity Commission, the Board of Supreme Audit, and academia. In 2006, a team of and effective international and local procurement lawyers were hired to assist the
By the numbers: Facts about water crisis in the Arab World
The Middle East and North Africa is home to 6% of the world’s population and less than 2% of the world’s renewable water supply. In fact, it is the world’s driest region with 12 of the world’s most water scarce countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Libya, Oman, the Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.