Morocco is mostly an arid country in which agriculture accounts for a very low percentage of the total GDP, but employs half of the country’s population. About 27% of the population in Morocco is considered poor and 70% of the poor people live in rural areas.
The approval of the new law has cemented an important step in the fight for women claiming rights to communal lands.
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Call For Papers
The Research Center for Environment, Human Security and Governance (CERES), in partnership with many institutions, will organize it 5th International Conference on: Social-Ecological Systems: From Risks and Insecurity to Viability and Resilience (SES2019), Marrakesh, October 24-26, 2019.