Despite strong economic growth during the past decade, the Moroccan economy has not been able to create enough meaningful employment opportunities for youth entering the workforce. The private sector has struggled to find appropriately skilled applicants for jobs, and regional disparities in economic growth have led to a sense of exclusion among some Moroccans. 

USAID works closely with the Government of Morocco and key partners to expand business and livelihood opportunities by enhancing vocational training and workforce skills, priming the business-enabling environment for increased investment in focus regions, and promoting entrepreneurship and innovation. USAID also relies on public-private partnerships for demand-driven workforce development training in key job market areas.

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