Morocco - Public Administration Reform Support Programme - Phase II (PARSP II)


Project Summary

Approval Date 28 Jun 2006
Signature Date 15 Dec 2006
Planned Completion Date 31 Dec 2009
Last Disbursement Planned Date 31 Dec 2009
Sovereign / Non-Sovereign Sovereign
Sector Multi-Sector
DAC Sector Code 11330
Environmental Category 3
Commitment U.A 68,839,288.61
Status Completion

Project General Description

This operation is the second Phase of the Public Administration Support Programme (PARSP II) which falls under the category of the structural adjustment of the Moroccan economy. It sets out to consolidate the achievements of the PARSP I, in a manner as to enable the reform to attain a new level in accordance with the gradual approach adopted by the Government, notably improving the effectiveness of the public administration. The first Public Administration Reform Support Programme (PARSP I) of the series was launched in 2003. In view of the strategic role of the public administration in the economic and social development of Morocco, the improvement of both its effectiveness and efficiency in the management of public resources and public governance, will necessarily have a notable impact on the consolidation and competitiveness of the Moroccan economy and the improvement of the business climate. The programme focuses on the following components: i) improving public financial management; ii) improving the efficiency of human resource management; and iii) containing the civil service wage bill. The amount of PARSP-II amounts to 85 million Euros.

Project Objectives

The objectives pursued by PARL II are as follows: (a) improve the efficiency of the State in the management of budgetary resources by improving transparency and accountability and by introducing a system of measuring results; (b) improve the efficiency of human resources management by introducing a new job and compensation management system that introduces performance evaluation and streamlines human resources management; and (c) control the evolution of the wage bill.

Beneficiaries

This operation will benefit mainly all the ministerial departments and all the national public administrations. Officials, the Moroccan population, the unemployed and the poor in particular, the private sector will also benefit from the project's spin-offs.

Participating Organization

Funding
African Development Bank
Implementing
Ministry of Economy and Finance / Budget Department

Information

IATI identifier 46002-P-MA-K00-004
Last Update 27 May 2022

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Contact Details

Name KOUASSI Aka Zébié Hyacinthe
Email a.h.kouassi@afdb.org

Geographic Location

Country Morocco