The Agricultural Development Agency (ADA) is a public institution with legal personality and financial authority. It is under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Rural Development, Waters and Forests.

The Agency is subject to the financial control of the State which is applicable to public institutions and other bodies in compliance with the legislation in force.

Since its creation in 2009, the ADA plays a key role, in achieving the strategic goals set for the agricultural sector by the year 2020 under the "Green Morocco Plan" (GMP).

Boosting GMP initiatives, promoting and renewing of ‘Morocco Offer’, launching concrete projects, intermediation, implementation monitoring, and managing partnerships with institutional and social investors are the core tasks entrusted to the ADA.

The ADA is also responsible for proposing action plans to government authorities’ to support solidarity agriculture through the promotion and implementation of economically viable projects to improve farmers’ incomes.

As part of the implementation of the development strategy for the territory products marketing, ADA launched the various programs with the objective of developing the value chain of Moroccan territory products in both national and foreign markets.

In addition, the ADA, as the National Implementation Entity (NIE) of the Adaptation Fund and Accredited Entity of the Green Climate Fund in Morocco, gives it direct access to the financial resources of these two countries funds for the implementation of climate resilient projects and programs for the agricultural and other strategic sectors in Morocco.