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Kingdom of Morocco : Social Protection Note

SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS SOCIAL SAFETY NETS GOVERNMENT SPENDING POLICY PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS RISK MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ACCESS TO WATER DISEASE RESISTANCE QUALITY OF EDUCATION ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES UNEMPLOYMENT RATES HEALTH EXPENDITURES EDUCATIONAL FINANCING PRICE CONTROLS DROUGHT PRONE AREAS SOCIAL SERVICE DELIVERY LAND ALLOTMENT BUDGET PROCESS IRRIGATION SYSTEMS INTEGRATED APPROACH EDUCATIONAL REFORM PRIMARY EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION ADULT LITERACY CHILD LABOR DONOR COORDINATION AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AQUIFERS BALANCE OF PAYMENTS CAPITA GROWTH CDF CIVIL SOCIETY CLINICS COST EFFECTIVENESS CREDIT SCHEMES DEBT DEBT SERVICE RATIO DELIVERY MECHANISMS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY DISTRIBUTIONAL IMPACT DONOR AGENCIES DONOR ASSISTANCE ECONOMIC CRISES ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE EDUCATION LEVEL EDUCATION PROGRAMS EXCHANGE RATE EXCHANGE RATE POLICY EXTERNAL TRADE FAMILIES FARMS FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY FOOD POVERTY LINE FOOD SECURITY GIRLS GROWTH PERFORMANCE GROWTH RATES HEALTH CARE HEALTH INDICATORS HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH MESSAGES HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HOSPITALS HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLD SIZE HOUSING HOUSING CONDITIONS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RIGHTS INCOME COUNTRIES INCREASE POVERTY INFLATION INFLATION RATE INFORMAL SECTOR INNOVATION INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INTERVENTION LABOR FORCE LABOR INTENSIVE METHODS LABOR MARKET LABOR SUPPLY LAWS LIFTING LIVING CONDITIONS LIVING STANDARD LOCAL CONDITIONS LOW- INCOME COUNTRIES MACROECONOMIC MANAGEMENT MACROECONOMIC POLICIES MACROECONOMIC POLICY MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MANAGERS MEDIA MEDICAL INSURANCE MEDICAL INSURANCE COVERAGE MEDICINES MIDWIFES MIGRANTS MIGRATION MORTALITY MOTHERS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL POVERTY NURSES NUTRITION PENSION SYSTEM PER CAPITA GROWTH PER CAPITA INCOME POLICY INSTRUMENTS POLICY REFORMS POOR HOUSEHOLDS POOR LIVING POPULATION GROWTH POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY LINE POVERTY REDUCTION PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE TRANSFERS PRODUCTIVE ASSETS PRODUCTIVITY PROPERTY RIGHTS PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC WORKS RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REFORM PROGRAM RETIREMENT RURAL AREAS RURAL COMMUNITIES RURAL POPULATION SAFETY SAFETY NET SAVINGS SCHOOLS SECONDARY SCHOOLS SECTOR EMPLOYMENT SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE DELIVERY MECHANISMS SOCIAL ASSISTANCE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL EXCLUSION SOCIAL INSURANCE SOCIAL PROTECTION SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAMS SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEMS SOCIAL SECTORS SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL SERVICES STRUCTURAL REFORM SUBSISTENCE FARMERS TASK TEAM LEADER UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTERS URBAN DWELLERS URBAN POOR URBAN POPULATION URBAN POVERTY VOCATIONAL TRAINING VULNERABLE GROUPS WAGES WASTE WASTE MANAGEMENT WATER SUPPLY WIDOWS WORKERS
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Morocco
2013-08-22T22:17:25Z | 2013-08-22T22:17:25Z | 2002-12-19

This note on social protection has as its objective establishing an exhaustive analysis/diagnosis of the existing social protection framework and of preparing an integrated approach through developing better social protection priorities and plans of actions. It a) identifies the social risks which the Moroccan people face generally; b) examines current social protection initiatives (public, private, and civil society-sponsored) set up to reduce poverty and the vulnerability of the population to shocks to their income and standard of living in both rural and urban environments; and c) identifies the different elements needed for an effective social protection strategy as well as analyzes the current strategies undertaken by the World Bank and other donors. This study is precipitated by numerous sectoral studies done previously. It completes the last "Poverty Update" (report no. 21506) and the last Country Assistance Strategy for Morocco (report no. 22115).

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