|24||Supporting victims of terrorism within the criminal justice framework, including through psychological support||Iraq|
|25||Strengthening the Legal Regime against Terrorism in Iraq||Iraq|
|26||Promoting the role of Iraqi women officials to counter terrorism in Iraq||Iraq|
|27||Strengthening Iraqi Institutions to Counter the Financing of Terrorism||Iraq|
|28||Responding to violent extremism and terrorism, focusing on a tailored approach towards rehabilitating children perceived as associated/affiliated with ISIL in Iraq||Iraq|
Strengthening the Legal Regime against Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTFs) in the Middle East, North Africa and South Eastern Europe
Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Yemen.
Supporting the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2396 (2017) -related investigation capacities and cooperation against transnational and cross-border terrorism in Central Asia, South Asia and North Africa.
Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia
|31||Strengthening the criminal justice measures in Lebanon against the potential recruitment and infiltration of terrorist militants among the refugee population||Lebanon|
|32||Reinforcing Morocco’s capacity of resilience to new terrorist financing threats||Morocco|
|33||New capacity-building initiative in Morocco for effective investigation and trial management standards for youngsters, women and family members involved in terrorist activities including returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters and relocators||Morocco|
|34||UNODC-Naif Arab University for Security Sciences Project to Support and Strengthen counter-terrorism capacity of GCC and Arab States in accordance with international standards and human rights||Gulf and Arab States|