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The area and people
Marginal land with much degradation, and with poor inhabitants.


Study site stakeholder workshops
Farmers, local government, local centre for agricultural advice, scientists.


Stakeholder groups
Government/Project staff

  • National: The engineers and technicians responsible of the services of agriculture and forest.
  • Local: technicians of the same services.

Public administration

  • Agriculture and livestock: Provincial Direction of Agriculture “DPA”
  • Forestry : Regional Direction of Forests “DREF”
  • Water: Hydraulic basin Agency of the Bouregreg
  • Environment: no local representation.The elected municipality council
  • The local power-administration of the commune

Research Centres and Universities

  • Mohammed V University and other schools of engineers


  • NGOs are more related to cultural activities, not really involved in development

Land users

  •  Farmers with a high diversity of land use, and ownership


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