Morocco is one of the founding members of the NDC Partnership and hosted its launch during COP22 in Marrakesh in November 2016. In 2017, Morocco appointed the Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Sustainable Development and the Ministry of Economy and Finance as Focal Points. Despite its low domestic greenhouse gas emissions, Morocco has set ambitious sectoral mitigation targets and communicated its adaptation objectives. It is in this spirit that Morocco has developed its NDC to reflect transformational change in all sectors, adopting a broad vision of climate action. Morocco’s NDC includes a list of projects reflecting national sectoral strategies in mitigation and adaptation. Morocco’s recently developed Partnership Plan aims to reflect recommendations of the National Sustainable Development Strategy to converge national policies and strategies and strengthen inter-sectoral coordination. In this vain, and in addition to recommendations from sectoral consultations, the Partnership Plan builds on the Low Emissions Development Strategy, the National Adaptation Plan Roadmap, and the NDC Implementation Roadmap, which are undergoing further work through technical sectoral consultations coordinated by the State Secretariat for Sustainable Development. These efforts are supported by 4C Maroc and GIZ. The various priorities of strategic documents were merged into one single framework captured in the Partnership Plan. The Plan will serve as a coordination and monitoring tool for NDC implementation and raising ambition, including by developing regional climate change plans and through the inclusion of non-state actors. Find more information on the Partnership’s country engagement process in Morocco here.