UNPF Discusses In Kirkuk Support Women’s Empowerment And Mitigate Effects Of Terrorism And Displacement In Liberated Areas

Kirkuk The Governor of Kirkuk, Rakan Al-Jubouri, discussed with Rita Colombia, the representative of the United Nations Population Fund in Iraq, efforts to empower women, activate their capabilities, and address the negative effects of wars, terrorism and displacement in the liberated areas.

During the meeting, which was attended by the Chairman of the Board of Advisors, Dr. Imad Adham, and Hamir Abdul-Mughni, Deputy Representative of the Fund in Iraq and its staff, they discussed the Fund’s efforts in Iraq and its plans to work in Kirkuk, in the field of women’s empowerment, support for youth activities, and support for statistics departments in Iraq by supporting the population census and supporting the efforts of departments work in the governorate, and study the possibility of establishing a home for survivors of violence.

The governor affirmed his support for the Fund’s work in achieving its goals in cooperation with the federal government and the local government. He said that the Kirkuk administration is working to mitigate the effects of terrorism, violence, extremism and displacement that all the people of Kirkuk have suffered from, especially the residents of the liberated areas, in a way that ensures the preservation of the foundations of stability and coexistence and the consolidation of community peace within the plans to restore stability.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency