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.

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.

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.

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.