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Report on Morocco Local Level GRB initiative,UNIFEM 2005

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This report presents the results of a research aimed at developing a diagnosis and an analysis of the opportunities that stem from introducing a gender approach in budgetary processes in some communes of Morocco. It was prepared under a joint UNIFEM/EU initiative supporting the integration of a gender approach in the systems and budgetary processes at local level in the context of decentralization. The report is in French.


Training module on Local Level GRB in Morocco.

Training module on Local Level GRB in Morocco.

Training module produced in the context of the Local Level GRB programme in Morocco.


Guide on Local Level GRB in Morocco.

Guide on Local Level GRB in Morocco.

The guide was produced in the context of the Local Level GRB programme in Morocco.



Morocco Gender Report 2008

Morocco Gender Report 2008

The objective of this report is to review and analyze the impact of the major sectoral programmes to identify some areas of intervention to better take into consideration the gender dimension in the design of public policies.Six new government departments which have adopted gender-sensitive budgeting are covered by the 2008 Gender Report, bringing their total number to 17 departments. The report is also market by the introduction of a gender analysis of goal indicators.


Morocco Gender Report 2007

Morocco Gender Report 2007

This Report seeks to make an assessment of policies and practices related to gender-responsive budgeting, by highlighting what was already accomplished and what remains to be done, and by identifying challenges, constraints, opportunities and sectoral challenges. The Report is therefore an educational and advocacy tool aimed at triggering debate and dialogue around policies pursued and their impact on the population, in pursuance of the orientations of the Prime Minister who recommends in his...


Local Budgets and Gender in Morocco

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This report by Nalini Burn, Larabi Jaidi and Hayat Zirari (2005) is a diagnostic study designed to analyse the potential of gender mainstreaming in the budget process of Morocco's communes. This study, which is part of a an international initiative supported by UNIFEM and the European Union, is concerned with gender mainstreaming in budget systems and practices at local level and within a context of decentralisation.


Capacity Building Workshop on GRB for NGOs- Morocco July 2008 (in Arabic)

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This training module aims to introduce concepts of GRB to Moroccan civil society organizations and identify the role that they can play in support of gender responsive budgeting in the country. The module includes sessions that facilitate a discussion of the gender budget report, which is produced annually by the sectoral government departments, to identify the strengths and gaps in the report from a civil society perspective. The module also includes a series of hands-on exercises that...