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MAP - publié le Jeudi 23 Juin à 10:44

HM the King Inaugurates Complex for Children's Education, Women's Empowerment, Youth Training in Mohammedia



Mohammedia - HM King Mohammed VI inaugurated, on Wednesday in the municipality of Beni Yakhlef (Prefecture of Mohammedia), a complex dedicated to children's education, women's empowerment and youth training, carried out by the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity for a total investment of 10.2 million dirhams.



The project, whose construction works were launched by the Sovereign on July 6, 2015, reflects the high royal solicitude for youth and the will of HM the King to make them real actors of local development through education and training, levers for better socio-professional integration.

This complex is also part of the program developed by the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity, which aims to ensure better socio-economic and professional integration of disadvantaged women and the full development of their children.

Built on a plot of 1,452 square meters, the new facility will allow the poor beneficiaries to consolidate their skills and promote their socio-economic conditions, particularly through literacy classes and apprenticeship in local job and revenue-generating activities.

It will also contribute in the development of academic and extracurricular activities for children, and the promotion of early childhood education.

The actions of the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity in the Prefecture of Mohammedia aim to provide a suitable response to local social issues through the implementation of community projects through a participatory approach with civil society and benefit the most vulnerable populations.

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