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Mr. Ahmed Lahlimi Alami

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High Commissioner of Planning

HCP Morocco
 
Background

Employment History

  • Head
    High Planning Commission
  • High Commissioner
    The Planning Commission
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Dr. Savas Alpay, the Director General ...
library.sesrtcic.org, 1 May 2011 [cached]
Dr. Savas Alpay, the Director General of SESRIC, addressed the African Conference on Measuring Well-Being and Fostering the Progress of Societies as a panellist at the Roundtable of Policy Makers: Towards Evidence-Based Policy Making along with Mr. Ahmed Lahlimi Alami, High Commissioner of Planning of HCP Morocco, Mr. Moubarak Lo, Advisor to the President of Senegal, Mr. Antonin Dossou, Chief of Staff, Prime Minister of Benin, The Roundtable was chaired by Ms. Thokozile Ruzvidzo, Director of UN African Centre for Gender and Social Development and Mr. Pali Lehohla, Director General of Statistics South Africa.
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The two-and-a-half-day event started with the welcome addresses by Mr. Ahmed Lahlimi Alami, High Commissioner for Planning, Morocco and Mr. Mario Pezzini, Director, Development Centre of OECD.
Ahmed Lahlimi Alami, head of ...
www.friendsofmorocco.org [cached]
Ahmed Lahlimi Alami, head of the High Planning Commission, told journalists that despite an improvement in the non-agricultural sector, a forecast 28 percent drop in the cereal harvest because of a dry fourth quarter would bring down growth.
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The fall in growth, however, will exacerbate unemployment, raising the rate from 9.1 percent in 2013 to 9.8 percent in 2014, said Alami.
Friends of Morocco News in review 0925
www.friendsofmorocco.org, 25 Sept 2004 [cached]
With Morocco undergoing its first national census in a decade, the OBG talked last week to Ahmed Lahlimi Alami, high commissioner at the Planning Commission - the government research office charged with carrying out the work - about the progress made so far and the reasoning behind the project.
The Planning Commission conducts both short-term studies, such as collating monthly inflation reports and quarterly employment reports, and long-term ones - such as yearly economic reports, budget forecasts and even mapping out Morocco's development choices in the decades to come. However, the problem is that the last national census was conducted in 1994, and many other studies are conducted based on figures from then. So, in order to get a more accurate assessment of the country's current demographic profile, a new census is required. As Alami put it, The results should provide a precise demographic x-ray of the country.
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In general they've been well received, said Alami, apart from a few small problems. There have been a couple of car accidents, and a few more unfortunate mishaps - notably the pelting with stones of one unfortunate censor out in the countryside. Elsewhere, a handful of censors visiting more disreputable urban areas were greeted less with distrust than with exasperation.
SESRIC - Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries
library.sesrtcic.org, 15 May 2010 [cached]
Dr. Savas Alpay, the Director General of SESRIC, addressed the African Conference on Measuring Well-Being and Fostering the Progress of Societies as a panellist at the Roundtable of Policy Makers: Towards Evidence-Based Policy Making along with Mr. Ahmed Lahlimi Alami, High Commissioner of Planning of HCP Morocco, Mr. Moubarak Lo, Advisor to the President of Senegal, Mr. Antonin Dossou, Chief of Staff, Prime Minister of Benin, The Roundtable was chaired by Ms. Thokozile Ruzvidzo, Director of UN African Centre for Gender and Social Development and Mr. Pali Lehohla, Director General of Statistics South Africa.
Energy development operator in Morocco | Eurojar
www.eurojar.org, 29 Mar 2010 [cached]
In a report entitled "Prospective Morocco 2030", Ahmed Lahlimi Alami, head of the High Commission of Planning (HCP), insists on the importance of the energy sector as vital factor in "achieving sustainable development and enhancing the country's competitiveness.
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