Iraq post conflict recovery service delivery

Osman Consulting is working with the Governance Strengthenig Project/ Taqadum in supporting a post conflict recovery service delivery planning and management initiatives in three Governorates: Ninawa, Salah ad Din and Anbar. The aim of the project is to build the capacity of local governments of the 3 targeted Governorates on post conflict service restoration and delivery including assessment, planning and prioritising recovery activities and managing the service delivery restoration needed for the people who will be returning to their communities.

M@USAID-Chemonics-2015-09-12 13.45.05 The objective of the project is to build capacity of Iraqi local governments and Emergency/ Disaster Management Teams to be prepared for the proper assessment, planning and prioritisation, and management of service restoration and improvements for the citizens through the use of Hazard Vulnerability Assessments (HVAs), Damage and Risk Assessments (DRAs), Gap Analysis and Infrastructure Redevelopment Prioritization.  The outcome of the assignment was to build the capacity of the local officials on what and how to deal with service delivery demands. The training allows local communities, now part trained (with follow up in coming weeks), to develop their own systems consistent with internationally accepted post event doctrines and standards.

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