Projects Performance Evaluation Report
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Abstract: This report was prepared following a FISAP and PDEI performance evaluation mission to Morocco from 11–28 April 2005. It draws on the appraisal and completion reports of these programmes, as well as on (i) information available at Bank headquarters; (ii) information and documentation obtained during the mission; and (iii) discussions and interviews with Moroccan authorities, the resident representatives of the World Bank, the UNDP, and the European Union in Morocco
Abstract: This performance audit report (PPAR) concerns ADB’s second, third and forth lines of credit to the Caisse Nationale de Credit Agricole (CNCA), amounting to UA 148.52 million. The Bank’s participation fell within the framework of the CNCA’s investment programme 198 1-1991 (the CNCA is Morocco’s foremost agricultural development agency). The programme, begun in 1981, received ADB’s first line of credit of UA 10 million.
Abstract: As part of its policy of protecting the road heritage by adequate maintenance of its roads and their appurtenances and maintaining a balance between the main road network and the secondary and tertiary road networks, the Moroccan Government requested and obtained a loan from the Bank to finance the foreign exchange costs of the STRMP. The loan amounting to UA 49 million was approved by the Board of Directors of the Bank on 11 December 1985, signed on 23 December 985 and became effective on 27 may 1987.
Abstract: The evaluation of the project to provide Tangiers in Morocco with drinking water from the El Hachef dam is the subject of this abridged project performance audit report (PPAR). The borrower identified and prepared the project using studies carried out in 1970 and 1974. These studies had pointed out the mismatch between demand in the, region Tangiers and Assilah and the resources tapped. Of a total cost of UA 19.43 million, the project was appraised by the Bank in September 1983 and financed with an ADB loan of UA 10, 87 million approved in June 1984. The loan became effective 4 months later and the project was completed in 1990.
Morocco: Education Reform Programme (6.8 MB)
Abstract: The Programme for reform of Morocco’s educational system was appraised in May 1986. With a total cost of UA 2,227 million, it was partly financed on ADB loan CS/M/EY/86/02 for an amount of UA 60.0 million, which was approved in November 1986. The programme was cofinanced with the World Bank (UA 132 million) and the Government of Morocco (UA 2,082 million). The implementation was scheduled over 3.5 years.
Morocco: Structural Adjustment Loan (6.6 MB)
Morocco: Electricity IV Project (3.4 MB)
Abstract: In response to a request from the Government of Morocco for financial assistance, the African Development Bank extended in May 1982 an agricultural line of credit of UA l0 million to the Caisse Nationale de Credit Agricole to finance its operations during the 1982-83 season.
Abstract: As at 31 December 1981, the African development Bank had committed in the form of loans an overall amount of UA 183.89 million, i.e. 13.8% of the cumulative loans which are divided among 46 lines of credit granted to 25 development banks in 24 member countries. ADF commitment under the same heading amounted to UA 37 million, or 3.1% of accumulated loans granted by the Bank Group. Besides the said lines of credit, ADB had, as at 31 December 1981, bought capital stock in a number of financial institutions for all an overall amount of UA 1.7 million. Moreover, it has contributed to the establishment of these institutions through its training programmes as well as through the activities of the Association of African Development Finance Institutions (AADFI) whose secretariat is handled by ADB.
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