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International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq : World Bank Iraq Trust Fund - progress report (December 6, 2010) (English)

The World Bank, as Administrator of the World Bank Iraq Trust Fund (ITF), has agreed to furnish an annual status report describing the contributions, disbursements, and implementation progress of financed operations to the contributing donors of the ITF. This report provides an interim update for the International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq (IRFFI) donor committee meeting in Baghdad (December 2010), covering the period from January through October 2010. There have been no changes in the donor contributions to the ITF since the status report to donors dated December 31, 2009 - 17 donors have deposited US$494.4 million into the ITF. ITF projects focus on helping the Government of Iraq (GOI) strengthen its institutional capacity to deliver services, utilize its resources in an efficient and transparent manner, and implement key reforms.


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    International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq : World Bank Iraq Trust Fund - progress report (December 6, 2010)

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International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq : World Bank Iraq Trust Fund - progress report (December 6, 2010) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.