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Maroc: le plan Maroc vert présenté au Salon de l'Agriculture à Paris 

Maroc: le plan Maroc vert présenté au Salon de l'Agriculture à Paris 
Le Salon international de l'Agriculture se poursuit à Paris jusqu'à dimanche 6 mars 2016. Cette année encore, plusieurs pays africains ont fait le déplacement pour présenter leurs produits du terroir. L'occasion notamment pour le Maroc de faire la promotion de son plan Maroc vert. Un programme agricole, lancé en 2008. Ce plan s'est doté depuis d'un programme d'appui à l'agriculture solidaire. Il soutient les petites exploitations familiales dans des zones difficiles comme les zones arides et surtout les montagnes. Ce programme devrait générer 150 milliards de dirhams d'investissements d'ici 2020, soit près de 15 milliards d'euros.
Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation Through ERANET Joint Activities And Beyond

Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation Through ERANET Joint Activities And Beyond

Structuring Euro-Med research area through joint activities and joint calls on the main challenges of the Mediterranean region
Matrouh Rural Sustainable Development Project

Matrouh Rural Sustainable Development Project

Capacity Building, Training, Technical Assistance, Networking

Education

Major topics:

Water use efficiency and water productivity;

On-farm irrigation systems performance;

Large-scale irrigation systems performance and new technologies;

Use of non-conventional water resources in agriculture;

Integration and up-scaling of the above issues at the basin level;

Sustainable use and management of Mediterranean soils;

Economic aspects of Mediterranean agriculture.

 

Major topics: 

Basic IPM principles and methodologies; 

Preventive IPM measures: plant quarantine, pest risk analysis, certified propagating material, resistant/tolerant cultivars or graft combinations, biodiversity maintenance; 

Sustainable use of pesticides and relevant regulations; applications of alternative non-chemical pest management methods; food quality and safety; 

Sound management of biotic and abiotic disorders in pre- and post-harvest; 

Information Technology in IPM programmes.

 

Major topics: 

Developing agronomic skills related to practices and techniques of Mediterranean Organic Agriculture production and management;

Developing skills related to legislation, inspection, certification and labelling of organically-produced food and fibres;

Building capacity in socio-economic analysis and market strategy for organic agriculture;

Providing trainees with the necessary tools and expertise to assess agricultural, environmental, and socio-economic opportunities and constraints of organic agriculture in different Mediterranean areas.

 

L&W Course

G. Zanni (University of Ferrara, Italy)

IPM Course

R. Buonaurio (University of Perugia, Italy)

MOA Course

P. Foglia (ICEA, Italy)
P. Lembo (COISPA, Italy)