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United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Sustainable Development

Sustainable recovery and resilience towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in Morocco

Thu 01 Sep 2022, 9.30 am
Virtual UNDESA/ Division for Sustainable Development Goals(DSDG), United Nations Office for Sustainable Development (UNOSD), United Nations Resident Coordinator and Country Team in Morocco, In cooperation with the government of the Kingdom of Morocco




The National Webinar/Virtual National Consultation is part of the second phase of cooperation between the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Office for Sustainable Development and UNRCO and UNCT in support of capacity-building in Morocco and includes:

Stage 1:

Provide advisory support with a focus on research into the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts and assess progress in recovery planning measures and methodologies in Morocco. Technical support will be provided through regional and national experts.

Stage 2:

Organizing a virtual national consultation/webinar in Morocco, during 1 September 2022 with the aim  of discussing progress in the formulation and implementation of sustainable recovery plans in Morocco with stakeholders, receive concrete inputs and recommendations on better reconstruction, accelerate the implementation of the country's national plans and move forward in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

Stage 3:

The adaptation of the UNDESA-UNITAR e-learning course "Integrated Recovery Planning and Policy Coherence towards the Sustainable Development Goals", with a particular focus on Morocco's national context and the integration of green deals and green recovery approaches in the training modules

Stage 4:

Organizing a Training of Trainers workshop  "Sustainable Recovery Planning and Policy Coherence Towards the Sustainable Development Goals: Morocco's Context", in Morocco during September/ October 2022 targeting the government, representatives of civil society organizations, academia, youth, indigenous peoples and the private sector.