The workshop, organized by the University in cooperation with the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), the Ministry of Health and the Environment and the Governorate of Kirkuk, aims to assist the local government in Kirkuk governorate to develop plans for the treatment of rubble and war debris that have social and economic dimensions. As well as to strengthen the efforts of relevant authorities in the province to support and implement plans for the treatment of rubble and war remnants in the districts and areas of the province.
The President of the University of Kirkuk said in his speech that the protection of the environment is a common social responsibility in which all institutions and organizations must contribute in order to protect human life and protect it from all the dangers that surround it as a result of the remnants of war, environmental pollutants and debris caused by terrorist gangs. In front of all parties concerned with the file of the treatment of rubble and war debris to cooperate with them in the proper scientific planning for the removal of those wastes and debris to ensure the provision of a healthy environment for citizens whose regions suffer from this problem as opened its doors to thousands of students Displaced from Iraqi universities in the provinces that witnessed military actions in the past years and enabled them to continue their studies together with their fellow students in our university.
For his part, the Governor of Kirkuk presented a detailed explanation of the extent of destruction and remnants of war and rubble in the administrative units in the province and the possibilities available in the province to deal with this dangerous and sensitive issue in the lives of citizens, calling on relevant organizations and institutions to cooperate with the province in its quest to get rid of the rubble and waste and return the displaced to And to provide services to them to continue their normal lives, warning of the dangers of neglect this problem because of the social, economic, political and environmental repercussions affecting all aspects of life, and expressed his thanks and appreciation to the University of Kirkuk and United Nations organizations United Nations and ministries that help the local government to deal with the rubble.The representative of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) praised the efforts of the University of Kirkuk to provide advice and proper scientific guidance to those working with United Nations organizations in Iraq to support local governments in the governorate of Kirkuk and other governorates to deal with debris and war debris. This seminar.On the first day, the symposium discussed several axes: first, on the rubble treatment strategy and the challenges of the situation in the governorate, the second about the quantities of rubble and the sites that suffer from it and the treatment options. The third discussed ways of recycling the rubble and increasing the density of the vegetation cover. University of Kirkuk and other Iraqi universities in the planning of the rubble treatment.The second day of the seminar will discuss the dangers of rubble and debris, how to deal with mines and unexploded ordnance, as well as identifying the basic needs of the rubble and the steps to be taken after the removal of debris and debris.
University of Kirkuk organizes a technical workshop on the treatment of rubble in the province of Kirkuk
Under the auspices of the President of the University of Kirkuk, Dr. Abbas Hassan Taqi, the University organized a technical workshop on the treatment of rubble and war debris in Kirkuk governorate, with the participation of researchers and specialists in dealing with the remnants of war and environmental pollutants from the University of Kirkuk and the United Nations and Iraqi ministries and universities, Al-Jubouri, members of the provincial council, assistant head of the university for scientific affairs and administrative affairs, officials of administrative units and a number of security and social leaders in Kirkuk.