BAGHDAD (Reuters) –
The US Embassy in Baghdad announced on Wednesday the implementation of service projects to clean up schools and hospitals in Mosul and remove debris from the University of Mosul.
“2,000 people are working in the money-for-work activities in the left coast of Mosul through projects funded by the US Embassy and implemented by the UNDP Stabilization Program to rehabilitate Mosul,” said a statement by the embassy, which was seen by the Journal News.
In its statement, the embassy praised “the role of the staff of the Mosul municipality to prioritize money-for-work projects that invest local labor to clean schools and hospitals, remove debris and rubble, collect solid waste and make minor repairs to damaged homes.”
On July 10, 2017, the Prime Minister, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, announced the liberation of a city in Mosul entirely from the control of a terrorist organization.