Maroc - Projet d’appui à l’élaboration de l’étude stratégique sur la Direction du Trésor et des finances extérieures (DTFE)

Project Summary

Approval Date 21 May 2015
Signature Date 28 Jul 2015
Planned Completion Date 31 Dec 2024
Sovereign / Non-Sovereign Sovereign
Sector Multi-Sector
DAC Sector Code 15124
Environmental Category 3
Commitment U.A 797,600
Status Implementation

Project General Description

This project focuses on supporting the development of the strategic study on the Treasury and External Finances Department (DTFE). It aims at re-engineering the DFTE's organizational operational process in order to optimize its resources, and ensure a better efficiency and effectiveness in the accomplishment of its missions. The project is divided into five components mainly focused on: (I) the diagnosis of the DTFE's organization and current operational process, (ii) the design of DTFE's new organizational and operational structures, and (iii) the accompanying actions through human resources training and their familiarization with the new operational and organizational processes.

Project Objectives

In general terms, the project aims to strengthen the DTFE's organizational and operational capacities. More specifically, the reorganization of the DFTE's structures aims to: (i) take charge of all the missions performed by the Dept. ; (ii) optimize and clarify areas of intervention and work procedures; (iii) assess and improve the process of case processing; and (iv) promote coordination between the sub-structures and the relevant departments of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.


The project will benefit mainly Morocco's Treasury and External Finances Department (DTFE) of the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

Participating Organization

Middle Income Countries Fund
Government Of Morocco
Direction du Trésor et des finances extérieures


IATI identifier 46002-P-MA-KA0-002
Last Update 09 Dec 2022


Contact Details

Name KESSAB Ammar

Geographic Location

Country Morocco
Coordinates Location Name
34.0133 -6.83255 Rabat