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SDG: Partnership Agreement Signed Between HCP, UNDP and 10 UN Agencies

The High Commissioner for Planning, Ahmed Lahlimi Alami and the UNDP Resident Representative in Morocco, Martine Therer, chaired a ceremony on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at the headquarters of the HCP, as well as 10 United Nations agencies in Morocco, a partnership agreement to support and monitor the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in Morocco.

This agreement, which falls within the framework of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2017-2021, sets as an objective the development of a reference framework to monitor and report on the SDGs in Morocco and to help inform policy makers and the public on national achievements in this area.

The three-year project is based on four components: the exploitation of statistical data and performance indicators related to the SDGs implementation programs, the preparation of periodic monitoring and reporting that make the latter, at the national and territorial levels, with the support of the coordination and consultation mechanisms necessary for this purpose, and the promotion, in this area, of Morocco’s performance through the South-South and triangular networks of cooperation.

This agreement follows the 2012-2016 Millennium Development Goal (MDG) agreement concluded in December 2012 between the HCP, UNDP and other United Nations agencies, which laid the groundwork for intersectoral approach to the achievement of the MDGs in Morocco and allowed regular reporting on the progress of the implementation of the MDGs in Morocco, at national and regional levels, and this in a participatory approach including the ministerial departments, actors in civil society, the private sector and UN agencies in Morocco.

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