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Morocco - Reforms promote sustainability and greater access to piped water and sewage services : Maroc - Les réformes favorisent une gestion durable et un meilleur accès à l'eau courante et aux services d'évacuation des eaux usées (法语)

This Result Profile talks about managing water in Morocco. Scarce and unevenly distributed rainfall has made water a key economic and social development issue. The country faced challenges in managing and using its water resources more sustainably, as well as in developing equitable and efficient water supply and sanitation services. Morocco Water Sector development policy loan supported comprehensive water reform in Morocco to address legislative, institutional, financing, and planning gaps, and inefficiencies in Morocco’s water sector investments were designed to build infrastructure while supporting implementation of new policies by central and decentralized agencies on the conservation, rural water supply, peri-urban service development and urban sanitation. The government has also placed new emphasis on water management policies, including development of new alternatives, such as desalination and water reuse.

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  • 文件日期

    2010/03/05

  • 文件类型

    简介

  • 报告号

    95248

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    摩洛哥,

  • 地区

    中东与北非区,

  • 发布日期

    2015/11/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Maroc - Les réformes favorisent une gestion durable et un meilleur accès à l'eau courante et aux services d'évacuation des eaux usées

  • 关键词

    water;access to potable water;water supply and sanitation service;rural water supply and sanitation;water supply and sanitation sector;Water Resource Management;millennium development goal;rural water supply program;water efficiency;sewage services;piped water;water reform;irrigation;water management policy;water management strategy;water supply capacity;climate change adaptation;water resource conservation;total public expenditure;irrigation system;water reuse;irrigation sector;poor community;Water Demand;Public Spending;resource preservation;greater access;water sector;resource protection;demographic growth;limited infrastructure;service access;water deficit;Irrigation Modernization;infrastructure program;water partnership;Sanitation Services;private-public partnership;

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