Najaf

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Najaf to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques projects on critical infrastructure projects in the province, including a bridge, tunnel, and sewage pipe network. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $120,400 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Najaf.

Dhi Qar

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Dhi Qar to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on the construction of a road. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $64,200 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Dhi Qar.

Karbala

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Karbala to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on a neighborhood rehabilitation project, and the construction of a road and a school in the province. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $40,000 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Karbala.

Basrah

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Basrah to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on the construction of a primary healthcare center, and the development of tenders for cleaning and sewage services in Basrah. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $120,000 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Basrah.

Diwaniyah

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Diwaniyah to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on projects for the construction of schools and a road in the governorate. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $85,000 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Diwaniyah.

Diyala

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Diyala to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on a neighborhood rehabilitation project in Diyala. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $59,300 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Diyala.

Babil

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Babil to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on projects for the construction of a kindergarten for special needs children and an electricity power station. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $95,500 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Babil.

Anbar

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Anbar to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on projects for the construction of a shopping mall and medical clinic, and the development of a tender to support the design and construction of the New Ramadi City. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $95,000 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Anbar.

Wasit

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Wasit to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques projects on critical infrastructure projects in the province, including schools, roads, and low-cost housing units. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $75,725 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Wasit.

Salah ad Din

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Salah ad Din to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new procurement procedures for a technical assessment, and the purchasing of hospital equipment and supplies. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $80,000 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Salah ad Din.

Muthanna

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Muthanna to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on the construction of a women’s healthcare center, and the development of tenders for government buildings in the province. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $83,750 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Muthanna.

Ninawa

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Ninawa to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on two projects for the construction of a road and bridge in the province. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $117,000 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Karbala.

Maysan

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Maysan to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on the construction of a health care center, and support for the development of a tender to build low-cost housing units in Maysan. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $50,000 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Maysan.

Kirkuk

 

USAID-Tarabot worked with the Governorate of Kirkuk to improve service delivery through capacity building and institutional changes. Sustainability was foundational to USAID-Tarabot’s training of governorate staff on procurement systems and tools, and the introduction of project management processes and techniques. Capacity building was followed by practical hands-on application to deepen skills learned, as demonstrated by the use of new project management techniques on the construction of a tribal council directorate building. To illustrate ownership of these initiatives and ensure the sustainability of Tarabot’s work, the Government of Iraq allocated $91,500 in cost share funding to support USAID-Tarabot’s activities with the Governorate of Kirkuk.