Capacity building is the process by which individuals, organizations, institutions and societies develop abilities to perform functions, solve problems, and achieve objectives at the individual, institutional and societal levels.Every successful nation understands the significance of building the capacity to effect change and fulfill its mission. 
Training sessions for capacity building in the provinces of Maysan and Diwaniyah, which includes the preparation of 2019 budget.    
​The IOG meeting the Ministry of Labor and Ministry of Municipality to discuss the pilot projects. 
IOG convened a workshop to explore with regional, governorate and federal officials, how best to ensure that the crisis co-ordination function is well institutionalized within the Kurdistan Regional Government 
The participants of the seminar were the Direct Generals of the Ministry of Planning in Baghdad.
The participants were the elected members of the Provincial Council of Basra and their staff. 
 The seminar's participants were the Director Generals and officials of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.
The participants of the seminar are the senior officials of the Ministry of Education in Baghdad.
 The seminar's participants were the senior officials from the Institute on Governance.
Seminar's participants were senior officials of the Ministry of Planning. 
Mrs. Marayntonett Flumian, President of IOG and other IOG members facilitated the seminar in Karbala.
 Mrs. Maryantonett Flumian, President of IOG and other IOG members facilitated the seminar at the SalahAldeen Provincial Council.
 Participants of the seminar were the senior officials of the Ministry of Youth and Sport in Baghdad.
The KRG Steering Committee at the Ministry of Planning in Erbil Chaired by Minister of Planning and Mrs. Maryantonett Flumian, President of IOG.
The IOG meeting several Chairmen of Universities in Baghdad to debrief them about the project and to build the project's network with others engaged in similar work in Iraq.
 Continuing the process of building a common language of fiscal federalism and decentralization, governance and leadership that they will be using throughout the course.
...and their importance in Iraq's future.The module, as the first time these participants had been brought together for the purposes of the program, served also as an "ice-breaker" to get the participants used to interacting with each other in an open way. It also began the process of building a common language of fiscal federalism and decentralization, governance and leadership that they will be using throughout the course.
The first module of Cohort 1 was convened in Erbil 18-20 July, 2017; module's theme was Leadership in the Iraqi Context, and it explored both the government structure and the decision-making process in Iraq, with particular emphasis on the implications of the constitution of 2005 and the subsequent drive toward federalism and decentralization. The module also connected these issues with the leadership competencies necessary for both good governance and effective crisis management.