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Cover of the publication: fruit trees on an arid lake shore
2022
The MENAdrought project aims to provide tools to anticipate, prepare for and mitigate drought impacts; by enhancing self-reliance capacities, and supporting ownership of the drought-management responses with the help of open-source data and software.
United States Agency for International Development International Water Management Institute
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2022
This study was commissioned by the global project on “Developing Risk Management Approaches for Climate Risks”, implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in partnership with Allianz Reinsurance.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
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2022
A need for new, innovative insurance products protecting SMEs in industrial zones against climate risks arose, because several places in the country, such as the Agadir zone, are increasingly exposed to heavy floods.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit Allianz Group, Allianz SE
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2022
This flyer summarises two reports on MSME resilience commissioned by GIZ. It outlines the two project components, such as objective and methodology and summarises the results and key findings of both.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit Allianz Group, Allianz SE
The increasing threat of climate change highlights the importance of reusable, efficient energy sources and power grid resilience. The emerging technology of microgrids offers a competitive, practical, and decentralized option.
Climatelinks United States Agency for International Development
A man working on an irrigation canal, in an oasis in the Sahara, Morocco.
Blessed with fertile lands, the Saïss Plain in the Fès-Meknès region of Morocco, is one of the country’s most productive agricultural centers.
Green Climate Fund
2020

L’urbanisation continue de transformer en profondeur la société marocaine et son économie. Aujourd’hui, 60% des Marocains résident déjà dans les zones urbaines, contre seulement 35% en 1970. En raison de la poursuite de l’exode rural et de l’étalement

World Bank, the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the
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In Morocco, the effects of natural hazards alone, covering floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and droughts, are estimated to cost an average US$800 million a year.
World Bank, the
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Morocco now has an edge in terms of looking at how to address other crisis risks, including those caused by epidemics and climate change.
World Bank, the
She hopes this research will provide answers to historical inquiries, as well as reveal answers to current issues regarding global climate change.
The University of New Mexico