Community participation is one of the goals that achieves a clear impact if it is done with studied methodologies that contribute to community mobilization to meet the needs identified by the stakeholders.
From this point of view, the cognitive, skill and behavioral capabilities of the members of the Women’s Advisory Board in the governorates of Kirkuk and Nineveh, which works under the supervision of the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and funded by the Canadian government, were developed through training workshops that were held in the NIHR office in Kirkuk.

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