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Oxfam Intermon F4D Program


Titre : Oxfam Intermon F4D Program

Pays : Maroc

Date : Start date : 2017-04-01 // End date : 2018-12-31

Identification : A-04851-08:MA

This project falls under the thematic area Greater Responsibility in Finance for Development. Oxfam Intermon and SOMO aim to achieve that more women, youth and other citizens benefit from higher quality and quantity of finance for development, an enhanced fiscal system and a sustainable and inclusive financial and corporate sector, tackling extreme inequality. Within this theory of change, this project in Morocco has set the following objectives : "Citizens, especially youth and women in marginalized areas, do influence public policy and engage decision-makers to reduce inequalities, through the collection and redistribution of budget resources, according to priorities of marginalized people and regions"

Our pathway to change is at 3 various levels :
* 1. Improved policies : The Moroccan Ministry of Finance, parliamentarians (especially the Finance Committee) and the Second Chamber are more accountable to the citizens in the adoption of the budget law and the monitoring and evaluation of its performance and access to budget information
* 2. Strengthened CSOs : Associations, trade unions, cooperatives, social movements and activists and media include public finances and the socio-economic and territorial inequalities.
* 3. Increased citizens’ voice : Local authorities and local elected officials are receptive to strategic interests and practical needs of marginalized people (in the regions) through participatory channels/mechanisms (at local / regional levels) to ensure real public participation.

Financement : Netherlands Dutch SP D&D Lobby&Advocacy
Total budget : 453,289 EUR

Acteur (s) : Intermon Oxfam Maroc

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