The Agency for Agricultural Development of Morocco (ADA) is a national public entity based in Morocco, which provides action plans and value-added solutions to address agricultural needs at the local and national levels. Its mandate, under the national green plan in place since 2008, is to contribute to social and economic development through more resilient and productive agriculture. ADA has developed a comprehensive portfolio of climate change related projects and programmes worth approximately US$ 33 million, which has been financed by bilateral and multilateral organizations. It has implemented projects and programmes in land protection and agricultural management through:
Expanding agricultural areas and adding value to crop development;
Promoting the development of agricultural products through new irrigation systems, farm equipment, packaging and marketing;
Promoting agricultural investments, through for example implementing different partnerships; and
GCF project seed funding to help grow agricultural resilience in Morocco
25 Sep 2017 / GCF helps Morocco's ADA to develop a project aimed at boosting the resilience of the the country's agricultural sector to climate change through an integrated approach to water management.