Girls in the Garage
Sisters Najlae and Rajae Lakchar have always been obsessed with cars, even though in their native Morocco, it’s rare to see a woman outside of a few traditional fields of work.
Enhancing Moroccan Youths’ Career Opportunities Through Advanced Technology
In 2017, USAID/Morocco launched H2O Maghreb, a program that aims to address Morocco’s water scarcity crisis while simultaneously training youth in the technical areas required to develop successful careers in the water sector.
USAID-Supported Moroccan Civil Society Organizations Respond and Adapt to the COVID-19 Outbreak
USAID/Morocco has partnered directly with five Moroccan civil society organizations since 2016 to establish a network of over 200 local civil society organizations.
In The Midst of Coronavirus, USAID/Morocco Supports Distance Learning for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
In March 2020, Morocco’s Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training and Scientific Research (MOE) shifted to digital learning to ensure continuity of learning for its seven million students in response to the coronavirus outbreak. A variety of distance learning resources were made available for the students.