The completion of Canal Al-Jaish marks a milestone for Iraq’s landscape. It not only serves as a means of flood control, connecting the Tigris and the Diyala Rivers but also as a vital source of water supply for the city’s residents and for irrigation in the surrounding areas. It is also envisioned to provide recreational spaces, parks, and walkways for the people of Baghdad.
This completion stands as a symbol of resilience and determination to rebuild Iraqi infrastructure and reestablish its identity and restore stability. It demonstrates the government’s commitment to improving the quality of life for its citizens and fostering economic growth through enhanced urban planning.