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Building Morocco's Resilience : Inputs for an Integrated Risk Management Strategy

ACCIDENTS ACCOUNTABILITY ADVANCED ECONOMIES AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE ALLIANCES ASSETS AUDITING BOARDS OF DIRECTORS BORROWING BUILDING CODE CAPITAL MARKETS CATASTROPHES CATASTROPHIC RISKS CLIMATE CHANGE COMMODITY PRICE COMMODITY PRICES COMPETITIVENESS CONTINGENT LIABILITIES CONTINGENT LIABILITY CREDIBILITY CRISES CURRENCY DEBT DEBT RESTRUCTURING DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES DISASTER DISASTER RECOVERY DISASTER REDUCTION DISASTER RELIEF DISASTER RISK DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT DISASTER RISK REDUCTION DISASTER RISKS DONOR COORDINATION DROUGHT DROUGHTS EARLY WARNING EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS EARTHQUAKE EARTHQUAKES ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MODELS ECONOMIC SHOCKS ECONOMICS ECONOMIES OF SCALE EMERGENCIES EMERGENCY RECOVERY ENTREPRENEURSHIP EXOGENOUS SHOCKS EXTERNAL SHOCKS EXTREME EVENTS FARMERS FATALITIES FINANCIAL CRISES FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FLOOD FLOOD PROTECTION FLOODED FLOODING FLOODS FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREIGN INVESTMENTS GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE HEAT WAVE HOUSING HURRICANE IMPACT EVENTS IMPORT IMPORTS INCOME INFORMATION SYSTEM INFORMED DECISIONS INNOVATION INNOVATIONS INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANY INSURANCE CONTRACTS INSURANCE COVERAGE INSURANCE INDUSTRY INSURANCE OPTIONS INSURANCES INSURER INSURERS INTERNATIONAL MARKET INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INTERVENTION STRATEGY INVENTORY KEY RISK KEY RISKS LANDSLIDE LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEVEL OF INVESTMENT MACROECONOMIC MODELS MANDATES MITIGATION MITIGATION MEASURES MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS NATURAL DISASTER NATURAL DISASTERS NATURAL HAZARD NATURAL HAZARDS NEGOTIATION OIL REVENUES OUTBREAK OUTPUTS PANDEMICS PEER REVIEW POVERTY REDUCTION PRICE RISK PRICE SUBSIDY PROGRAMS PUBLIC DEFICIT PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC POLICIES PUBLIC POLICY REINSURANCE RELIEF RESCUE RESOURCE ALLOCATION RISK ANALYSIS RISK ASSESSMENT RISK ASSESSMENTS RISK EXPOSURE RISK FACTORS RISK INSURANCE RISK MANAGEMENT RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS RISK MITIGATION RISK REDUCTION RISK REDUCTIONS RISK TAKING RISK TRANSFER SAFETY SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATIONS SECRETARIES SECTOR REFORM SOCIAL BENEFITS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STORMS SUBSIDIARY TERRORISM TIME HORIZON TOP MANAGEMENT TRANSPORT TSUNAMI TSUNAMIS UNCERTAINTY URBANIZATION VICTIMS WARNING SYSTEM
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Morocco
2014-04-15T21:37:34Z | 2014-04-15T21:37:34Z | 2014-01-30

Top decision makers and governments worldwide are witnessing an accelerating number of major shocks-global financial crises, hyper-volatility in commodity prices, devastating natural disasters, intercontinental pandemics as well as the changing nature of terrorism threats. These shocks, which inflict human suffering and major social, economic and political disruption, are fundamentally changing how governments view the importance of good risk management and the need to strengthen national resilience. As a consequence, risk management has evolved from being a technical issue to a strategic consideration. This report is input for the government of Morocco's development of an integrated risk management strategy. Developing and adopting a national strategy for integrated risk management (IRM) will make Morocco not only better prepared to avoid future crises, and more reactive and resilient if and when they occur, but also helps the government make more informed decisions on resource allocation and prioritization.

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