Date of Submission to Coordination Unit: A. GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Activity Name Morocco Microfinance Development Project (MMDP) 2. Requestor Information Name: Mr Nizar BARAKA Title: Minister of Economy and Finance Organization and Address: Ministry of Economy and Finance, Mohammed V Avenue, Chellah, Rabat Telephone:00212 5 37 76 06 61 Email: [email protected] 3. Recipient Entity Name: Mrs Faouzia ZAABOUL Title: Treasury and External Finance Director Organization and Address: Ministry of Economy and Finance, DTFE, Mohammed V Avenue, Chellah, Rabat Telephone:00212 5 37 67 75 32 Email: [email protected] 4. ISA SC Representative Name: Junaid Ahmad Title: Sector Director, Sustainable Development, Middle East North Africa Region Organization and Address: The World Bank 1818 H Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20433 USA Telephone: (202) 458-8470 Email: [email protected] 5. Type of Execution (check the applicable box) √ Type Endorsements Justification X Country-Execution Attach written endorsement from designated ISA Joint Country/ISA-Execution Attach written endorsement from designated ISA (Provide justification for ISA-Execution) ISA-Execution for Country Attach written endorsement from designated ISA (Provide justification for ISA-Execution) ISA-Execution for Parliaments Attach written endorsements from designated Ministry and ISA January 25, 2013
6. Geographic Focus X Individual country (name of country): Morocco Regional or multiple countries (list countries): 7. Amount Requested (USD) Amount Requested for direct Project Activities: (of which Amount Requested for direct ISA-Executed Project Activities): 4,900,000 (0) Amount Requested for ISA Indirect Costs: 1 660,000 Total Amount Requested: 5,560,000 8. Expected Project Start, Closing and Final Disbursement Dates Start Date: May 1, 2013 Closing Date: April 30, 2017 End Disbursement Date: October 31, 2017 9. Pillar(s) to which Activity Responds Pillar Primary (One only) Secondary (All that apply) Pillar Primary (One only) Secondary (All that apply) Investing in Sustainable Growth. This could include such topics as innovation and technology policy, enhancing the business environment (including for small and medium-sized enterprises as well as for local and foreign investment promotion), competition policy, private sector development strategies, access to finance, addressing urban congestion and energy intensity. X Enhancing Economic Governance. This could include areas such as transparency, anti-corruption and accountability policies, asset recovery, public financial management and oversight, public sector audit and evaluation, integrity, procurement reform, regulatory quality and administrative simplification, investor and consumer protection, access to economic data and information, management of environmental and social impacts, capacity building for local government and decentralization, support for the Open Government Partnership, creation of new and innovative government agencies related to new transitional reforms, reform of public service delivery in the social and infrastructure sectors, and sound banking systems.
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