The National Agency for Land Conservation, Cadastre and Cartography (ANCFCC), held, Monday, January 24, 2022, by videoconference, its board of directors, under the chairmanship of Mohamed Sadiki, Minister of Agriculture, Maritime Fisheries, Rural Development and Waters and Forests, with the participation of Abdeltif Loudyi, Minister Delegate to the Head of Government, in charge of National Defense Administration and representatives of ministerial departments, members of the Board of Directors .
At the start, Mohamed Sadiki, Chairman of the Board, welcomed the efforts made by the Agency and noted with satisfaction the positive results achieved for the 2021 financial year, particularly: – the remarkable results recorded in recent years, in the field of overall land registration in rural areas;
– the completion of the digitization program through the consolidation of existing platforms and the online launch of new services for the benefit of professionals; – The modernization of the basic topographic map production chain by introducing new cutting-edge technologies.
Mohamed Sadiki, gave the floor to Karim Tajmouati, Managing Director of the ANCFCC, who presented the various items on the agenda and highlighted the remarkable performances achieved at the end of the 2021 financial year, all indicators combined. .
Indeed, the ANCFCC reaches a new level of performance. Revenue exceeded 8.1 billion dirhams, up 42% compared to 2020 and 21% compared to 2019. These financial results clearly place the Agency among the top contributors to the general state budget, with 3.3 billion Dh in 2021 and 4 billion Dh planned for 2022.
The pace of land registration has accelerated significantly in recent years: 8.6 million hectares have been registered in 6 years and 2.2 million land titles have been created.
This dynamic is particularly sustained in rural areas, where today an average of 175,000 land titles are created each year within the framework of free general land registration for the benefit of rural populations (148 rural communes).
This year, 2021, was marked by the culmination of the digitization of the cadastre production and land conservation processes. 1.6 million notarial formalities and 40,000 cadastral files are processed electronically, with secure electronic signature and timestamping of transactions and documents.
After discussion, the Board adopted the 2021 activity report, the action plan and the budget for the 2022 financial year as well as the resolutions proposed by the ANFCCC.
All the members of the Board expressed their satisfaction with the positive results recorded, as well as for the nominal progress of the various projects undertaken by the ANFCCC.
Before closing the Council, the President expressed his thanks to all ANCFCC staff, at central and external level, for their efforts, their continuous mobilization as well as for the positive and satisfactory results achieved.