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Imple Status Results Rep. Seq1- ISR29789Nov 2, 2017 [ENGLISH] - Implementation Status and Key Decisions Implementation Status: The total grant amount for the recipient executed component of this activity was USD 0.35 million, out of which an amount of USD 0.095 million has already been committed towards grant activities such as the creation of an EITI website, staff salaries, and operational costs. An additional amount of USD 0.20 million, which is towards the procurement of a firm for reconciliation, is scheduled to be committed soon. Key Decisions: 1. With strong support from the World bank's country office in Iraq, the base of operations has now been moved to Baghdad. Learning from past lessons that the National IEITI Secretariat has low implementation capacity, it was observed that day-to-day support and advice would be required for grant implementation. Therefore, a co-Task Team Leader (TTL) was appointed from the World Bank's country office in Baghdad, and other support such as procurement and financial management will also be provided by colleagues from the World Bank's Baghdad office. 2. The proposal for mainstreaming EITI in Iraq to address low implementation capacity issues has been discussed with other potential donors. The Embassy of U.K, DFID, and USAID have expressed interest in potentially supporting this initiative. READ MORE: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/299211509649957696/pdf/Disclosable-Version-of-the-ISR-IRAQ-EITI-Implementation-Support-P160274-Sequence-No-01.pdf 06/02/2018
Procurement Plan - Report No: STEP3031Aug 2, 2017 [ENGLISH] Sample Procurement Plan - http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/795781501706290423/pdf/Plan-Archive-1.pdf06/02/2018
Disbursement Letter for TFOA4416Jun 13, 2017 - Iraq: Grant No. TF0A4416: EITI Implementation Support Project Additional Instructions: Disbursement Letter I refer to the Grant Agreement ("Agreement") between Republic of Iraq ("Recipient") and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/ International Development Association ("World Bank"), acting as administrator of grant funds provided by Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom ("Donors") under the Extractives Global Programmatic Support (EGPS) Multi-Donor Trust Fund (TF072347) for the above-referenced Project, dated 4±g" &a The Agreement provides that the World Bank may issue additional arrangements regarding e ithdrawal of the proceeds of Grant No.TF0A4416 ("Grant"). This letter ("Disbursement Letter"), as revised from time to time, constitutes the additional instructions. The attached World Bank Disbursement Guidelines for Projects, dated May 1, 2006, ("Disbursement Guidelines") (Attachment 1), are an integral part of the Disbursement Letter. The manner in which the provisions in the Disbursement Guidelines apply to the Grant is specified below. Sections and subsections in parentheses below refer to the relevant sections and subsections in the Disbursement Guidelines and, unless otherwise defined in this letter, the capitalized terms used have the meanings ascribed to them in the Disbursement Guidelines. READ MORE: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/716061497551489391/pdf/ITK171540-201705151422.pdf06/02/2018
Grant or Trust Fund Agreement - TFOA4416May 2, 2017 [ENGLISH] - Re: Iraq: EITI Implementation Support Project Grant Agreement (TFOA4416) Excellency: In response to the request for financial assistance made on behalf of the Republic of Iraq ("Recipient"), I am pleased to inform you that the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/ International Development Association ("World Bank"), acting as administrator of grant funds provided by Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom ("Donors") under the Extractives Global Programmatic Support (EGPS) Multi-Donor Trust Fund (TF072347) ("Donor(s)", proposes to extend to the Recipient, a grant in an amount not to exceed United States Dollars three hundred and fifty thousand (US$350,000) ("Grant") on the terms and conditions set forth or referred to in this letter agreement ("Agreement"), which includes the attached Annex, to assist in the financing of the project described in the Annex ("Project"). READ MORE: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/651821497550868393/pdf/ITK171540-201705151419.pdf06/02/2018
Project Paper - RES30573Feb 21, 2017 - [ENGLISH] - PROJECT STATUS AND RATIONALE FOR RESTRUCTURING A. A Brief History and Context of EITI Implementation in Iraq 1. The World Bank Group has been supporting the implementation of EITI in Iraq (IEITI) since the country joined the initiative in 2008. This has been achieved by providing Technical Assistance, policy guidance and funding (through the erstwhile EITI Multi-Donor Trust Fund) to ensure that internal budget constraints due to the post-war and reconstruction situation would not impede EITI implementation. Previous World Bank projects supporting EITI in Iraq are (i) “Iraq: Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Implementation (P117511)” which was a recipient executed grant given to the Ministry of Electricity as the implementing agency; and (ii) “Iraq Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (P118292)” , which was a World Bank executed technical assistance project. READ MORE: http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/243361512749362304/pdf/IL-FRESDATA-EXT-P160274-12-08-2017-1512749350609.pdf06/02/2018