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Morocco Trains Practitioners on Monitoring and Evaluating National Anti-Corruption Strategy

Morocco - Saturday, November 15, 2014

The National School of Administration in the Kingdom of Morocco hosted a training entitled "Towards a Comprehensive Mechanism for Monitoring and Evaluating the Anti-Corruption Strategy" on 12-14 November. 30 governmental experts representing ministries and concerned public authorities as well as representatives of civil society and the business community participated in the training. They familiarized themselves through various presentations and practical exercises with the lessons learned and good practices related to the design and activation of a comprehensive mechanism for monitoring and evaluating an anti-corruption strategy, based on the national context and benefiting from international standards and related comparative experiences.

The training comes in the framework of the ongoing cooperation between UNDP and the Ministry of Public Function and Modernization of the Administration which coordinates Morocco's efforts for the development of a national anti-corruption strategy, as well as the Arab Anti-Corruption and Integrity Network (ACINET). These efforts have reached an advanced stage with the completion of a series of diagnostic studies and the identification of a set of proposed priorities. In this context, the training gained particular importance as it reflected stakeholders’ conviction of the importance of establishing a comprehensive mechanism for monitoring and evaluation which will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the quality of implementation of the strategy and will facilitate the establishment of a suitable platform to complement related efforts in the future.

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