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AfDB loans Morocco ,e1/4100m to support public administration reform.

Summary: The African Development Bank (AfDB) has granted Morocco a loan of 100 million of Euros to finance the implementation of the fourth phase of the Public Administration Reform Support Programme (PARSP IV)

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has granted Morocco a loan of 100 million of Euros to finance the implementation of the fourth phase of the Public Administration Reform Support Programme (PARSP IV). The loan agreement was signed on Tuesday in Tunis by Morocco's ambassador to Tunisia, Najib Zerouali Ouariti, and AfDB Sector Operations Vice President, Aloysius Ordu.

To date, the Bank's portfolio includes 20 operations in Morocco, worth 1.87 billion dirhams, covering in particular the fields of transport, energy, water and sanitation.

The PARSP aims at setting up a modern administration capable of reinforcing the national economy's competitiveness, improving the quality of services offered by the administration, and promoting e-administration.

The PARSP IV is co-financed with the World Bank and the European Union and is in line with the Paris Declaration on aid effectiveness by supporting the implementation of reforms designed by Moroccan authorities to modernize their public administration.

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Date:Jul 8, 2010
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