BMI View: We expect the majority of our forecast indicators to see a substantial decline over 2015 in the
wake of IS' continued targeting of water facilities, and we do not anticipate a full recovery until the end of
our forecast period. Should the conflict continue o ..."
BMI View: We have substantially expanded our forecasts this quarter, and now cover water extraction by
source, including desalination, household water consumption, households connected to mains networks, and
water losses. We expect the majority of our forecasted indic ..."
BMI View: Isis now has control of a significant portion of the water supplies in Iraq, both desalination
facilities and dams. This poses serious risks to domestic consumers and industrial users alike and the water
issues are intensified by Iraq's continued reliance on ..."
BMI View: Conflicts in the Iraqi provinces of Al-Anbar have continuously posed a danger for the security
of the country, resulting in the deterioration of an already fragile business environment. The progress of
Iraq's water sector will not only be undermined by secur ..."
BMI View: Iraq's already fragile business environment has worsened even further as violence has flared in
the western province of Anbar. The likely resultant exacerbation of the poor government capacity will
further undermine progress in Iraq's water sector. That said ..."
BMI View: Institutional capacity and a complex bureaucracy at both regional and national levels continue
to undermine progress in Iraq's water sector. Despite increasing investment, the poor levels of connectivity
and overwhelmed sanitation network are extremely persi ..."
BMI View: Iraq's water sector continues to be in a poor state of repair and strained by an under-capacity in the network, despite having seen billions in investments made by the Iraqi government. That said, things are improving and there is a huge push on the part of the governme ..."
BMI View: Iraq's water sector is to benefit from a huge push on the part of the government to improve
water access and quality across the country. That said, years of reconstruction efforts have seen few
tangible improvements for the majority of Iraqi citizens, with c ..."