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Iraqi Businessmen Union Scores a Big Win for Decentralization in Anbar

This blog post is part of a two-part series on transparency in Iraq. Click here to read the second blog in the series. For years, Iraqi provinces have lagged in economic and infrastructure development, in large part because of a lack of adequate federal funding and accountability. Despite the Iraqi...

Voices from the Field: Reflections from Dr. Fatma Habboubi

The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) recently sat down with one of its team members working on the SAHA Project, an initiative that aims to reduce corruption in the healthcare sector in Tunisia. Dr. Fatma Habboubi discussed her professional background, the SAHA project, and the rol...

Why the Private Sector’s Role in the Reconstruction of Yemen Is Crucial

Yemen is a country that has faced numerous challenges in recent years, ranging from humanitarian and political difficulties to economic and infrastructure woes. The ongoing conflict in the country has only exacerbated these issues and left the Yemeni population in dire need of assistance on numerous...
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