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Morocco - Rainfed Agriculture Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2015/03/13

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR14601

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Morocco,

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/10/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Morocco - Rainfed Agriculture Development Project

  • Keywords

    environment and natural resources management;research and development institution;access to potable water;Soil and Water Conservation;financial rate;medium irrigation system;Participation and Civic Engagement;Agricultural Research and Extension;integrated rural development;rainfed area;income generating activity;quality at entry;irrigation and drainage;rural poverty rate;drinking water quality;lack of competition;negative environmental impact;delay in procurement;civil society capacity;institutional capacity development;rural infrastructure program;delivery to citizen;priorities and strategy;land tenure question;data on income;frequency of droughts;Natural Resource Management;effect of drought;degree of commitment;capacity building component;loss of confidence;capacity for implementation;development of methodology;population at large;rural road investment;diffusion of information;Type of Investment;lack of evidence;financial management arrangement;institutional development impact;Improving Labor Markets;children attending schools;adequate procedures;vulnerability to drought;rural development strategy;pesticide management;roads and highway;basic infrastructure;drought management;participatory planning;local population;agricultural strategy;project costing;participatory development;rural population;agricultural farming;mitigation measure;Public Services;beneficiary contribution;institutional environment;rainfed agriculture;local initiative;Government Performance;sustainable agriculture;agricultural activity;participatory approach;borrower performance;diagnostic phase;weighted average;results framework;rainfed farming;environmental monitoring;outcome indicator;financial reporting;causal chain;participatory diagnosis;rural area;outcome targets;organizational arrangement;institutional risk;investment component;rural income;community institution;Programmatic Approach;targeted training;school bus;management performance;oil press;procurement process;environmental issue;commercial agriculture;insufficient information;cropping intensity;cost elements;project identification;tree seedlings;field interviews;bee colony;local association;baseline survey;management tool;local branch;national association;investment program;subject matter;land clearing;environmental safeguard;reporting procedure;water amount;honey production;entry rate;operational modalities;partial agreement;financial commitment;organizational structure;finance activity;central management;solid analysis;production cost;impact indicator;sectoral approach;complementary activities;micro credit;agricultural production;qualitative evaluation;counterpart funding;disease vector;flood protection;Agricultural Investment;sanitary facility;subsequent years;heavy reliance;built mechanism;household level;local partner;investment finance;farmer association;Land Ownership;gender women;procurement review;administrative effort;community ownership;responsive bid;project's achievements;agricultural vulnerability;pasture improvement;agricultural output;crop yield;improved public;small holder;poverty focus;environmental threat;bank finance;project intervention;social transformation;public policy;government priority;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;finance education;strategic capacity;agriculture system;public contract;funding source;investment programming;land development;Health Service;Rural Poor;national process;local representatives;language use;base case;mountainous area;livestock water;electronic version;pastoral water;stone removal;environmental sustainability;agriculture sector;gross income;forestry sector;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;agricultural land;olive oil;train activity;environmental requirement;term investment;limited information;baseline scenario;tree crop;commercial farming;incomplete data;sensitivity analysis;increased access;rural village;loan proceeds;financial analysis;stakeholder participation;income inequality;research result;economic stagnation;irrigated area

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Morocco - Rainfed Agriculture Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/651761475328109173/Morocco-Rainfed-Agriculture-Development-Project