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Phase-out of Methyl Bromide used for soil fumigation for Moroccan tomato production 34 Phase-out of Methyl Bromide used for soil fumigation for Moroccan tomato production Context Strategy Impact / Outlook In Morocco, large numbers of farmers earn their livelihood by growing fresh fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes. (...) The project was funded utterly by the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol and implemented by UNIDO in close cooperation with the Moroccan Government and the Moroccan Association of Fruit and Vegetable Producers and Exporters (APEFEL). UNIDO helped the Moroccan Government set up a Technology Transfer Centre.
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Score: 1295306.5 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...roccan_tomato_production_0.pdf
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Article 3 The exercise of fishing rights in this zone shall be exclusively reserved to vessels flying the Moroccan flag or operated by Moroccan natural or juridical persons in accordance with the modalities and subject to the penalties set forth in the Dahir concerning Act No. 1-73-255 of 27 Shawwal 1393 (23 November 1973) setting forth regulations on sea fishing. Article 4 The Moroccan State, without prejudice to other rights recognized by international law, has exclusive competence in this zone with respect to: 1. (...) The maritime zone of the customs area corresponds to the Moroccan territorial waters and the contiguous zone. 3.
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Score: 1288329.1 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/MAR_1981_Act.pdf
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Personal information Gihane BELHOUSSAIN KINGDOM OF MOROCCO Candidate for SG 2 Vice Chairman Personal information & Academic Background · Date of birth: 07 November 1974 · Nationality: Moroccan · University Degree: Telecommunications Engineer (INPT, Rabat) · Related studies: Economics (University of Rabat) · Languages: Arabic, French, English and Spanish Professional career · 2000 – Present: Head of Standardization Unit within the Moroccan Regulator ANRT · 1998 – 2000: Telecommunication Engineer in charge of type approval issues within the Moroccan Regulator ANRT Professional experience and international activities · Responsible of national technical specifications and standardization issues · Member of the assessment committee for granting GMPCS, VSAT and PMR licences. · Member of several technical committees within ANRT · Member of the Moroccan Delegation to various ITU Conferences, meetings and Council sessions as from WTSA-2000 · Moroccan delegate to TSAG meetings · Coordinator with Arab Group for standardization issues
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Score: 1283626 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/secu...cco/morocco_cv_Belhoussain.doc
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At multilateral level Morocco is also active in regional consultative processes on migration, including: 9 Moroccan vision of a cooperative migration management Morocco's relations with the United Nations system A Joint Programme was developed by a group of nine United Nations agencies, funds and programs in Morocco. (...) At multilateral level 10 Moroccan vision of a cooperative migration management Intensive cooperation with IOM Several projects addressing various aspects of migration are underway, including on: • Migration and development • Anti-trafficking of people • Integration of migration into sectoral strategies • Return and reintegration • Diaspora investment mobilization • Youth support and social development Fruitful cooperation with the OECD Two major surveys have been finalized: • Survey on socio-demographic characteristics of Moroccans residing in OECD countries • Interaction between public policies, migration and development At multilateral level 11 Moroccan vision of a cooperative migration management The GFMD co-chairs will work towards the adoption of a global governance framework for migration that takes into account the interests of all stakeholders in accordance with a triple-win approach, reconciling the interests of (a) countries of destination, (b) countries of origin, and (c) migrants themselves. (...) The co-chairs will promote (a) international and multi-stakeholder cooperation, (b) an interactive debate with greater involvement of civil society and the private sector, and (c) concrete results. 12 Moroccan vision of a cooperative migration management At bilateral level Germany • Five projects with GIZ to support the National Policy on Immigration and Asylum, and one project to promote triangular cooperation between Morocco, Germany and Côte d'Ivoire; • The Co-Chairmanship of the GFMD for the years 2017-2018 is an illustration of the excellent bilateral cooperation and the exchange of the views on migration issues Active cooperation with the countries of the North and the South South-South cooperation • Commitment to cooperate with African countries (50% of migratory flows in Africa): five agreements have been signed with African countries (Senegal, Sudan, Côte d'Ivoire, Tunisia, Egypt), while several agreements are being negotiated 13 Moroccan vision of a cooperative migration management At bilateral level Active cooperation with the countries of the North and the South (continued) • Spain • Annual Moroccan-Spanish Forum on Immigration and Integration • Management of migratory flows and the fight against human trafficking • Coordination of an unprecedented and unique annual operation in managing flows of people between the two shores of the Mediterranean sea: “Operation Marhaba” is a Transit Operation of Moroccans residing abroad (Europe) to Morocco during the summer (approximately 2.5 million people).
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Score: 1279362.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...2017_Session3_ElHabibNadir.pdf
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From virtual marketplace to B2B, new trade opportunities for Moroccan producers | FAO Investment Centre | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | Support to Investment | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english FAO Investment Centre About Our work Partners News Featured Publications Resources Food Systems Assessment Annual Review 2021 By area of work Projects Success stories From virtual marketplace to B2B, new trade opportunities for Moroccan producers 09/12/2021 Morocco’s production of fresh produce, including counter-season fruits and vegetables like tomatoes, berries, cucumbers and peppers, plus its proximity to Europe, are big draws. (...) FAO and the EBRD are working with Morocco’s Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Rural Development, Water and Forests and Morocco FoodEx, the Ministry’s export control and promotion arm, to improve high value-added trade opportunities for Moroccan fruit and vegetable producers. In early January 2020, 15 Moroccan citrus, tomato and berry producers and their interprofessional association representatives travelled to Poland to explore trade prospects. (...) At the request of Morocco FoodEx, FAO and the EBRD are studying the possibility of developing a sustainable branding strategy to give Moroccan fresh produce an edge in the market. Morocco FoodEx has also requested FAO’s assistance in identifying options to develop a logistics platform for Moroccan fruits and vegetables in Central and Eastern European markets.
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Score: 1278601.4 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...ess-story-detail/en/c/1459510/
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The meeting took place under the chairmanship of ECA Executive Secretary Vera Songwe and Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs , African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad , in charge of Moroccans Residing Abroad H.E. (...) This vision is based on a number of pillars such as adaptation to migration related challenges and Moroccan expatriates integrating harmoniously into their countries of residence, while preserving their ties to the Kingdom and stepping up their contribution to its development,” El Ouafi added. (...) Delegates from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs , African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad , in charge of Moroccans Residing Abroad , the Ministry of Solidarity , Social Development , Equality and Family , theHigh Commission for Planning, the Forum des Organisations de Solidarité Internationale issues des Migrations (FORIM), the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) and the Moroccan female entrepreneurs’ association AFEM also took part in the event.  
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Score: 1276930.1 - https://www.uneca.org/stories/...preneurs-in-morocco-and-africa
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The meeting took place under the chairmanship of ECA Executive Secretary Vera Songwe and Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs , African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad , in charge of Moroccans Residing Abroad H.E. (...) This vision is based on a number of pillars such as adaptation to migration related challenges and Moroccan expatriates integrating harmoniously into their countries of residence, while preserving their ties to the Kingdom and stepping up their contribution to its development,” El Ouafi added. (...) Delegates from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs , African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad , in charge of Moroccans Residing Abroad , the Ministry of Solidarity , Social Development , Equality and Family , theHigh Commission for Planning, the Forum des Organisations de Solidarité Internationale issues des Migrations (FORIM), the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) and the Moroccan female entrepreneurs’ association AFEM also took part in the event.  
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Score: 1276930.1 - https://www.uneca.org/node/2728
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The aim is to attract the attention of Moroccan policy makers to the urgent need to provide more robust and up-to-date legislation in matters of digital copyright management for Moroccan academics and scientific researchers, both as individuals and as institutions. (...) Moroccan university teachers and researchers have not the same status as employees in the private economic sector. (...) In its efforts to secure more protection and a better management of Doctoral theses, the Moroccan Institute of Scientific and Technical Information (IMIST) has, on its part, launched an ambitious website (otrohati.imist.ma) that would be a watchtower of all Moroccan PhD theses registered and defended in Moroccan universities.
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Score: 1270033.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._15_2018_african_edition_e.pdf
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Exports competitiveness Moroccan export companies suffer from a lack of competitiveness. (...) Six are the main players: the Ministry of Foreign Trade, the Moroccan Export Promotion Centre (CMPE), the House of Craftsmen, the Moroccan Export Insurance Company (SMAEX), the Autonomous Establishment for Export Control and Coordination (EACCE), the horizontal professional Association: the General Federation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), the Moroccan Exporters Association (ASMEX). (...) In this framework, the Moroccan Association for textile and garment (AMITH) constitutes a real exception and a model to be followed.
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Score: 1266288.4 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de.../Country_paper_Maroc_ENG_0.PDF
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Bakhchouch was a National Coordinator of the Moroccan youth delegation to the  UN Conference of Youth on Climate , held in September 2021 in Milan, Italy.  (...) Since then, he has teamed up with 23-year-old Moroccan, Nour El Houda Ben Khoudja, to launch a company that specializes in the collection, sorting, and transformation of coffee grounds into building materials and decoration products. (...) Hicham Zouaoui and Otman Harrak spoke about their carpooling app, that currently allows some 400,000 Moroccans to travel across the Kingdom, helping save on transportation costs and reducing CO2 emissions.
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Score: 1260204.6 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/01/1110302
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