The Green Morocco Plan Support Project (PAPMV) is an environmental initiative. It is a sector budget support to be implemented over a 24-month period (July 2012- July 2014). The idea of the Green Morocco Plan Support Programme (PAPMV) was initiated during the Bank’s CSP 2007-2011 completion report preparation mission to Morocco in March 2011. During this mission, the Moroccan Government (GM) and the Bank showed common interest in promoting green growth by providing support to the Green Morocco Plan (PMV) considering its strategic importance for the country. The PAPMV proposes to support the implementation of the PMV [2008-2020] through targeted support for the sustainable management, valorization and preservation of agricultural water, in a context of growing scarcity of this resource. Following a “logical chain” of events, the PAPMV will target four series of reforms for agricultural water : (i) Reforms aimed at modernizing agricultural water infrastructure and strategic management; (ii) Reforms aimed at improving agricultural water governance and sustainable management; (iii) Reforms aimed at improving agricultural water productivity and development, as well as the business climate; and (iv) Reforms aimed at promoting gender, water resources protection and energy conservation.