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This United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2011-2014 is the first for Iraq, marking a significant milestone in the nation’s recovery and transition towards longer term development.

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Iraq has a well-educated and skilled population, oil revenues and large amounts of agricultural land. However, three decades of war, internal and government turmoil, economic sanctions, population displacements, ...etc

 

 

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Iraq has a well-educated and skilled population, oil revenues and large amounts of agricultural land. However, three decades of war, internal and government turmoil, economic sanctions, population displacements, the marginalization of women, and a high incidence of mortality and disability have hindered development. Development indicators have deteriorated. Life expectancy dropped from 62.5 years in 1995 to 58 years in 2005. Since 2006, over 1.6 million persons have been internally displaced, and another 2 million sought refuge outside Iraq. Twenty-three per cent of the population lives under the poverty line (36 per cent in rural areas).

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CSO conducted Iraq Women Integrated Social and Health Survey (I-WISH) in July 2011 in cooperation with KRSO, ministry of health, ministry of woman affairs and other relevant public bodies, with support from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Pan Arab Population and Family Health Project (PAPFAM), as well as WHO, UN-Woman, UNICEF and UNDP.

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COSIT and MoYS launched the NYS to complete demographic and health databases necessary for planners and policy makers, within the framework of preparing the national strategy for youth. NYS was complied in cooperation with KRSO along with the Ministry of Sports and Youth in KRG, and the support provided by UNFPA and PAPFAM.

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