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The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is an innovative and independent U.S. foreign aid agency that is helping lead the fight against global poverty.

Created by the U.S. Congress in January 2004 with strong bipartisan support, MCC has changed the conversation on how best to deliver smart U.S. foreign assistance by focusing on good policies, country ownership, and results. MCC provides time-limited grants promoting economic growth, reducing poverty, and strengthening institutions. These investments not only support stability and prosperity in partner countries but also enhance American interests. With cost-effective projects, a lean staff, and an evidence-based approach, MCC is a good investment for the American people.

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ZONE DU GHARB

Rapports et recherches
juin, 2022
Maroc

Ce rapport couvre l’opération de melkisation des terres collectives situées en totalité ou en partie dans le périmètre d’irrigation Gharb, faisant part de la zone d’action de l’Office Régional de Mise en Valeur Agricole du Gharb (ORMVAG). Compte tenu de la nature et de la programmation du projet de melkisation et conformément aux exigences du MCC qui s’alignent sur celles de la Société financière internationale (SFI), un plan de gestion sociale préliminaire est requis sur la base des impacts sociaux définis à partir des premiers résultats de l’état de référence social réalisé à ce stade1.

Library Resource
Manuels et directives
juin, 2014
Global

This manual of guidelines is distributed by the Ministry of Lands and Resettlement to guide Communal Area residents and land authorities about group land rights. This guidance is official. This means that advice should be followed – as relevant to the case in point. Although formal provision for group land rights is new, the idea of holding rights collectively is well known in Communal Areas. Under customary norms, many residents already hold rights to a particular area not as individuals but as members of families and communities (or ‘groups’).

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