The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) has included both Al-Rawdah Al-Haidariyya libraries in the Imam Ali (p) holy shrine through the (Remote Work Management) axis, and the University of Baghdad Library under the same axis in addition to the axis of (setting up seminars and virtual workshops), to be within the active and effective libraries during the spread of the Coronavirus, thanks to the representative of Iraq in the institution and one of its accredited members, namely the Center for Indexing and Information Systems of the Library and House of Manuscripts of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine.
This is reported by the center’s director, Sayed. Hassanein Al-Mousawi to the al-Kafeel Network, adding: “The total of what has been added from libraries to the IFLA reports has become nine libraries, as the al-Ameed Scientific Library, the Diyala University Library and the Library of the University of Imam al-Kadhem (peace be upon him) have been added, as well as the Al-Mustansiriya University Library and the Iraqi University Library, in addition to the al-Ameed University Central Library and the Central Library at the University of Al-Nahrain and the Iraqi Association of Libraries and Information, as well as the library and the House of Manuscripts at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine that have been included since the publication of these reports."
Al-Musawi confirmed: "With this addition, we were able to raise the name of Iraq on this international site, which membership includes more than (150) countries. And our doors are opened to cooperate with any public or private library that meets the conditions, and that wishes to be within this series of reports that are constantly updated. And all of this free of charge. "