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Morocco - Integrated disaster risk management and resilience program : fiduciary systems assessment : Maroc - Programme de gestion intégrée des risques de catastrophes naturelles et de la résilience : évaluation du dispositif fiduciaire (Francês)

This document is the fiduciary systems assessment (FSA) of the World Bank-financed Morocco integrated disaster risk and resilience management program-for-results. The FSA comprised an integrated assessments of the fiduciary risks relating to the program’s procurement, financial management, and fraud and corruption. It provides a picture of the current situation of the fiduciary systems applicable to the program, the institutional arrangements defined for the program, and the fiduciary risks associated to the program. It includes also the measures recommended as part of the program action plan (PAP), to mitigate the risks and actions to track and improve the fiduciary performance. The FSA considers whether the program’s fiduciary systems provide reasonable assurance that the financing proceeds will be used for intended purposes, with due attention to the principles of economy, efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, and accountability. It covers the program’s institutional arrangements, financial management and procurement systems, and governance systems. The FSA also reflects the assessment of various types of potential beneficiaries on a sample basis, including various municipalities (like Agadir, Marrakesh, or Casablanca) and a governorate (Rabat). Findings from the assessment, as well as a review of existing analytical and diagnostic work, conclude that the program’s fiduciary systems provide reasonable assurance that the financing proceeds will be used for intended purposes.


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    Program-for-Results Fiduciary Systems Assessment

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    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

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    Maroc - Programme de gestion intégrée des risques de catastrophes naturelles et de la résilience : évaluation du dispositif fiduciaire

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