In the framework of their significant efforts towards supporting the Iraqi government in overcoming the devastating impact of water shortage, UNESCO and the European Union (EU) launched the phase II of the "Advanced Survey of Hydrogeological Resources in Iraq" (ASHRI-2), a pioneering initiative that aims to improve national capacities in the exploration and integrated management of groundwater resources, and enhance both, efficiency and effectiveness of public planning and policy making in the National Water Sector.
- 01/08/13 - Iraq adopts standards to improve children’s learning environments [353 KB]
- 03/05/13 - Declaration by the High Representative, Catherine Ashton, on behalf of the European Union on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, 3 May 2013 [6 KB]
- 22/04/13 - Opinion Piece on the Death Penalty in Iraq by EU Heads of Missions in Baghdad published in Zaman on 22 April 2013
- 27/02/13 - Allocation of €7 million for Humanitarian Aid is Foreseen for the Iraqi Crisis
- 26/02/13 - Kurdistan Regional Government adopts standards to improve school environments for children
- 27/01/13 - Launch of EU - WHO Programme to Support Health Services in Iraq