Posts Tagged ‘morocco’

Morocco Re-Launches Employment Schemes

Magharebia provides an update on employment programs in Morocco, which are continually working to better target youth unemployment. As the Taatir and Moubadara programs get underway, Morocco continues to adapt previous efforts, such as Moukalawati, for better results: Two years after new employment programs were announced in Morocco, they are finally ready for launch. The “Taatir” scheme for jobless graduates has entered its trial phase, Moroccan Employment Minister Abdeslam Seddiki ...

Essaouira – Moroccan Town with a Portuguese Touch

The Epoch Times offers a glimpse of an often overlooked destination in Morocco, Essaouira: Essaouira is a beautiful coastal town in Eastern Morocco, very easily accessible from nearby cities, like Marrakesh or Casablanca. Surprisingly, its climate is much milder than in the rest of the country, so if you are looking for an escape from the scorching Moroccan heat, Essaouira is a great choice! Even in the summer, the high ...

Jeremy Grantham: Why we must support Morocco – LeMag

  (Article in French) LeMag, (August 11, 2014) — Jeremy Grantham has warned that the security and stability of Morocco should be an international priority. Indeed, in an analysis cited by the British economic daily, Financial Times, Grantham assured that with its 50 billion tons of proven phosphate reserves, Morocco holding 3/4 of the exploitable global reserves of this matter is one of the few guarantees of global food security, ...

Morocco a ‘Regional Leader’ in Counterterrorism, Signs Framework for Cooperation with US

. . * As the US-Africa Leaders Summit wraps up, US and Moroccan officials sign Framework for Cooperation on Training for Civilian Security Services  to “strengthen regional counterterrorism capabilities and deny space to terrorists and terrorist networks.” US calls Morocco a “regional leader” in counterterrorism in the Maghreb and West Africa. * . US State Department, MAP (Washington, DC, August 7, 2014) — The United States hosted a delegation of Moroccan ...

Joint Statement on Libya by the Governments of Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, and US

 .  US State Department (Washington, DC, August 6, 2014) ― Representatives of the governments of Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and the United States met today to express their deep concern about the political and security challenges facing Libya and the impact of these challenges across North Africa and the Sahel region. We call upon all parties in Libya to adopt an immediate ceasefire and to undertake negotiations to address the ...
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