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Morocco - Integrated Disaster Risk Management and Resilience Program : technical assessment report (Inglês)

Morocco has suffered significantly from a variety of shocks, including due to natural hazards, and in response has started to develop risk management programs and initiatives, supported by the World Bank. Since 2009 the World Bank has worked with the Government of Morocco (GoM) to enhance risk management activities, including in the areas of natural disaster risk, commodity (energy) price volatility risk and risk in the agricultural sector, through a program of Technical Assistance. Particular focus has been put on investing in disaster risk analytical capacity by developing the Morocco Natural Hazards Probabilistic Risk Assessment tool (MnhPRA) and on disaster risk financing and insurance. The World Bank also supported the Government in starting to develop a more comprehensive approach to managing risks in a more integrated manner which culminated in a report in 2013 on ‘Building Morocco’s Resilience: Inputs into an Integrated Risk Management Strategy’. In 2012, the Government requested the World Bank to support the implementation and operationalization of a more integrated risk and resilience management approach through a new lending operation in the form of a ‘Program for Results’ (PforR) loan, with a focus on initial subset of risk, starting with natural hazards first. This document provides the Technical Assessment of the proposed operation along all its dimensions, including: i) program description; ii) program strategic relevance; iii) technical soundness; iv) program expenditure framework and financial sustainability; v) program results framework and disbursement linked indicators; vi) program economic impact; vii) input into the program action plan; viii) technical risks and mitigation measures; and ix) input into the implementation support plan.


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    Program-for-Results Technical Assessment

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    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

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    Morocco - Integrated Disaster Risk Management and Resilience Program : technical assessment report

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