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Morocco - Social and Integrated Agriculture Project (Inglês)

Ratings of Social and Integrated Agriculture Project for Morocco were as follows: outcome was satisfactory, Bank performance was satisfactory, and monitoring and evaluation quality was modest. Some of the lessons learned include: (i) a significant blockage to early implementation was the delay in assignment of land; (ii) the success and sustainability of the sub-projects depends on their commercial viability; (iii) as the sub-projects are getting under way, there is a strong case for close follow up and support both to the processing units and to the application and generalization of the conservation techniques, as well as to monitoring of these activities and their results for at least two years; (iv) the principal technical lessons of the project are that conservation can be profitable to farmers, and that a conjunction of sound conservation techniques in farming with technical support and downstream processing and marketing can provide incentives to sustainability of conservation measures; and (v) in a project that intends to engage with the private sector, it is advisable to base the approach on a realistic assessment of the incentives for the private sector to participate, particularly where the model is at a pilot stage.


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    Conclusão da Implementação e Relatórios sobre Resultados

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    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

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    Morocco - Social and Integrated Agriculture Project

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    Participation and Civic Engagement; Urban and Rural Development; Public and Private Institution; Adaptation to Climate Change; Social and Economic Inclusion; implementation of conservation measures; biodiversity conservation measure; small farmer; procurement and disbursement; national agricultural research; construction and equipment; transfer of land; delay in procurement; benefits of biodiversity; theory of change; sustainable land management; Rural Advisory Services; control of asset; sustainable water resource; loss of biodiversity; contingent valuation method; soil erosion control; plant genetic resource; voice and agency; adequate human resources; private sector involvement; long term outcomes; financial management procedure; climate change impact; budget & disbursement; climate smart agriculture; grievance redress mechanism; criteria for selection; delays in disbursement; threats to biodiversity; assessment of achievement; extraction of oil; core sector indicator; public sector engagement; public sector staff; biodiversity conservation practice; aromatic plants; marginal areas; land degradation; investment program; soil amendment; train activity; production system; field visits; gender issue; farmer association; awareness campaign; olive oil; conservation activity; rural commune; result indicator; female participation; conservation techniques; food chain; mitigation measure; positive impact; environmental safeguard; Natural Resources; complementary investment; social safeguard; electricity connection; conservation benefits; territorial development; moroccan dirham; sustainable harvest; sustainable use; unintended outcomes; vertical integration; agricultural practice; institutional strengthening; conserve biodiversity; farmer organization; regulatory authority; poverty reducing; livestock feed; climate finance; agricultural subsidy; local market; natural disaster; targeted intervention; engaging citizens; solving problem; public financing; sector-wide approaches; marginal production; empowering women; private investor; farmer behavior; direct beneficiaries; compost facility; storage tank; environmental conservation; income source; primary production; essential oil; administrative efficiency; project costing; olive residue; results framework; land area; soil fertility; environmental benefit; small-scale farmer; gender focus; intermediate indicator; public servant; gender tag; economic empowerment; citizen engagement; climate-smart agriculture; participatory approach; commercial farming; quality technical; limited infrastructure; social aspect; smallholder sector; social issue; smallholder agriculture; agricultural growth; marginalized group; marketing strategies; advance payment; corrective action; clear definition; smallholder farming; good information; safety measure; exchange rate; bee keeping; Exchange Rates; portfolio review; red meat; baseline survey; behavioral change; construction site; farmers uses; Social Assessment; procurement process; decentralized level; acceptable quality; effectiveness condition; disbursement rate; Mainstreaming Biodiversity; institutional factor; long-term outcome; income stream; honey production; land income; conservation biodiversity; indigenous plant; honey bee; finance agency; road map; environmental degradation; conservation approach; desert ecosystems; Environmental Assessment; biodiversity loss



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