Community mobilization teams of the Social Fund for Development are nearing the completion of their tasks fully in the villages covered by the fund
Community mobilization teams of the Social Fund for Development in the Ministry of Planning have begun to approach the completion of their tasks in the villages covered within the four governorates (Anbar, Diwaniyah, Dhi Qar, Nineveh), and these tasks consisted of carrying out field visits to villages and introducing the mechanisms of the fund’s work and the nature of the projects it implements. As well as organizing and supervising elections to select local committees, and determining project priorities in each village.
In this context, the community mobilization team in Dhi Qar governorate has completed its tasks, with a field visit to "Al Bohan" village in Al-Dawaya district / 65 km north of Nasiriyah.
The director of the Fund’s branch, Alaa Shati, said that the joint team from the Planning and Statistics Directorates visited the village, and during the visit the voting process on the list of projects was completed, as well as the election of members of the community committee, which resulted in the selection of 12 representatives from the village, indicating that the village (Al Bohan) is the last village in which the mission is accomplished with the other four villages, so that the community mobilization team has accomplished its entire mission, waiting for the projects to be boycotted and the rest of the procedures completed, praising the great level of cooperation by the villagers, and the high level of coordination between the team members in which women had an important role in it.
On the other hand, in the province of Diwaniyah, the community mobilization team visited the village of "Al Bunayel" in the Akkad district (Al-Daghara).
This was mentioned by the director of the fund's branch in Diwaniyah, Ghaleb Radi, adding that the team supervised during its visit the votes of selecting the projects nominated by the people of the village, according to the priorities they see, pointing out that the next step will be to boycott these projects with the relevant departments.