Morocco

MAR
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4 September 2017
Morocco

Date : 30 août 2017

Source : Emploi Trovit

Le poste :

En tant que responsable juridique et foncier, vos principales missions consistent à :

- Garantir la conformité à la législation en vigueur des actes juridiques ;

- Contrôler et valider les compromis et les contrats de vente liés à la promotion immobilière ;

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28 August 2017
Morocco
Senegal

Date : 21 août 2017

Source : Farmlandgrab

Par : Benjamin Polle

Un collectif d'habitants de la commune de Dodel, dans la région d'éleveurs du Fouta, au nord du Sénégal, s'oppose à la concession rizicole que l'État du Sénégal a octroyée au groupe marocain Sefrioui. 23 villages redoutent leur déplacement et la réduction des espaces de pâturages.

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18 August 2017
Morocco

Date: 17 Août 2017

Source: Atlas Info

La dernière tranche de la voie express Taza-Al Hoceima reliant Oued Nekor et Kassita qui s'étend sur 18 km mobilise un montant de 458 MDH.

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Morocco
Senegal

Date : 3 août 2017

Source : Farmlandgrab

Par : Khaled Elraz

Anas Sefrioui, fondateur du groupe ADDOHA est un puissant investisseur marocain. Son groupe a émergé au début du règne de Sa Majesté le roi Mohammed VI. Au début, sa politique consistait à accompagner le roi pour la promotion de l’habitat social. Notre confrère AfriqueMidi s’est penché sur ses investissements baroques au Sénégal...

Journal Articles & Books
December 2009
Algeria
Morocco
Africa

The design of public policy related to irrigation sectors in North Africa was often based on the state view. Local farmers' organizations, made up of family farms, did not contribute to building the legal framework, which was in turn unable to propose specific solutions for family farming. Legal reforms currently underway in Morocco and Algeria show how difficult it is to integrate field realities. Access to land and water resources is often obtained through informal local coordination modes.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2015
Morocco
Northern Africa

Atriplex nummularia has been extensively planted in Northern Africa to combat desertification. However, few studies evaluated the effectiveness of these interventions. This study aimed at assessing the dynamic performance of a number of Atriplex plantations located in the Marrakech province in terms of multitemporal dry biomass production. Three SPOT 5 images (2004, 2008 and 2012) and field biomass measurements were integrated to quantify the dry biomass production dynamics of plantations established from 1996 to 2007. Different plant ages covered the whole plant life cycle curve.

Conference Papers & Reports
December 2010
Morocco

For mixed cereal-livestock farmers, cereal production provides a bundle of goods.Grain is consumed by the household or sold at market, and crop residues are used aslivestock feed. The straw component of crop residue can be bought and sold at market andtherefore has a well-established local market price. Crop stubble, the portion of the crop residue left on the ground, is generally not traded and therefore has no market price.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2014
Morocco

The assessment of freshwater resources in a drainage basin is not only dependent on its hydrologic parameters but also on the socio-economic system driving development in the watershed area; the socio-economic aspect, that is often neglected in hydrologic studies, is one of the novelties of this study. The aim of this paper is twofold: (1) presenting an integrated working methodology and (2) studying a local case of a North African watershed where scarce field data are available.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2016
Morocco

Understanding vegetation dynamics provides information on changes in land cover that can directly be related to regional changes in the climate system. In data-sparse regions, i.e. northwest Morocco studies are limited by the availability of comprehensive information on precipitation.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2011
Morocco

Gully erosion is responsible for a substantial amount of soil loss and is generally considered an indicator of desertification. Hence, mapping these gully features provides essential information needed on sediment production, identification of vulnerable areas for gully formation, land degradation, and environmental and socio-economical effects.