Belgian Minister of Development Cooperation and Metropolitan Policy, Caroline Jenes, confirmed in Marrakesh that Moroccan youth are a source of inspiration and enjoy high professionalism in the field of entrepreneurship.
In a speech on the occasion of her visit to the Regional Forum for Economic Inclusion of Youth and Entrepreneurship, held between October 8 and 15, Geniz said, “What Moroccan youth are achieving through their positive energy and great desire to work and train to achieve their dreams and ambitions is amazing.”
The Minister highlighted Morocco’s support and support for youth through many diverse programs and activities, noting that cooperation between Morocco, Belgium, and the World Bank will undoubtedly contribute to building a promising future for Moroccan youth.
For his part, the governor of the Marrakesh-Safi region, Karim Kassi Lahlou, considered that the future of Morocco depends heavily on the creativity and dynamism of young people, stressing that this segment of Moroccan society works with great confidence, determination and determination to break into all fields.
He added that the National Human Development Initiative enabled Moroccan youth to create opportunities, economic integration, innovation and creativity to be an active player in economic and social development.
Mr. Qasi Lahlou called on the contractor to continue working and make more efforts to ensure the sustainability of what has been achieved and to look forward to other development achievements.
For his part, the head of the Social Work Department of the Marrakesh Prefecture, Anouar Dabira Tlemsani, highlighted in a statement to the Maghreb Arab Press that the visit of the Belgian Minister, the Ambassador of Belgium to Morocco, and the Regional Director for the Maghreb and Malta at the World Bank, falls within the framework of the ongoing visits of foreign events and personalities to the forum and the exhibition held within its framework. To learn about the experience of the National Initiative for Human Development.
He pointed out that organizing this forum, which is held in parallel with the annual meetings of the Bank and the International Monetary Fund in the Red City, is in line with the forward-looking vision of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, which places youth and human capital at the center of concerns in order to inspire and motivate them to innovate and create and contribute effectively to the development of the Kingdom.
It is noteworthy that this forum, organized in partnership with the prefecture of Marrakesh, the provinces of the Marrakesh-Safi region, the Regional Center for Investment, and the partner associations of the National Initiative for Human Development in implementing the program for improving income and economic inclusion of young people, aims to highlight and evaluate the achievements of the National Initiative for Human Development at the level of the Marrakesh-Safi region.