USAID's Investments for Education and Social Services in Iraq - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Education and Social Services spending

FY 2011 $1.5 M

FY 2012 $10.5 M

FY 2013 $4.2 M

FY 2014 $0.4 M

FY 2015 $10.3 M

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USAID programs play an important role in reducing poverty. Programs offer targeted assistance to meet basic needs for vulnerable populations and address factors that place individuals at risk for poverty, exclusion, neglect, or victimization. Activities appropriate to the needs of the country can include, but are not limited to, training service providers, assisting social service and assistance organizations, and providing services to vulnerable people.

USAID's Social services program in Iraq aims to:

  • Improve basic education; and
  • Provide social services for vulnerable populations.
The gypsies of Al-Zohoor Village are the most vulnerable minority in Iraq’s southern Diwaniyah Province, but USAID’s Community A

The gypsies of Al-Zohoor Village are the most vulnerable minority in Iraq’s southern Diwaniyah Province, but USAID’s Community Action Program efforts have established dialogue between this community and the local government in order to encourage the establishment of basic services.

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Results for Civil Society, Good Governance, Agriculture, and Economic Opportunity subsectors include contributions of other U.S. Government agencies.