Currently Morocco is experiencing a fast moving urban development and deep-rooted socio-economic and cultural changes as is evidenced by the appearance of extensive "unregulated" housing (otherwise known as shantytowns, unofficial or underground, squatter settlement or insufficiently (...)
A large Moroccan delegation participated in the first Annual Arab Microfinance Conference, organized by the SANABE Network in Aman, Jordan, December 15th through the 17th December 2003.
USAID/Washington and the DAI/ASMA project sponsored one-member from each Moroccan microcredit association to (...)
The credit situation in the 4th quarter of 2003
This sector showed positive growth of 8.8% with regard to the number of active customers, and 15.8% with regard to outstanding amounts.
The number of active customers grew from 282,533 to 307,523. All the institutions did not move ahead at the (...)
To date, the Microfinance Sector has operated in a climate of relative discretion. A climate that allows individuals dedicated to working towards the benefit of the underprivileged to flourish. However, the time has now arrived to address the scope of the work accomplished, the projects (...)
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