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Two Moroccan students reading from their textbooks
January 19, 2018

In  2015, USAID partnered with the Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research to launch the Reading for Success – Small Scale Experimentation activity to develop and test the most effective approaches to strengthen children’s Arabic reading skills in targeted primary schools.  With the positive results of the pilot phase, the Ministry has decided to implement this approach for reading instruction in all public elementary schools nationwide.

November 28, 2017

Mr. Mustapha El Khalfi, Minister Delegate to the Government in charge of Relations with Parliament and Civil Society, invited the coalition, "Together for the Recognition of Institutionalization", headed by the USAID-supported Moroccan Volunteering Coalition (Coalition marocaine du volontairat) to attend a meeting on new legislature surrounding volunteering.

October 3, 2017

USAID Career Center is showing it’s serious about inclusivity. On October 2nd, 2017, the two Casablanca-based USAID Career Centers (Vocational Career Center and the Hassan II University Career Center) participated as a partner and service provider in the third edition of the "Disability Employment Forum” organized by the Espoir Maroc Association in partnership with the national employment agency (ANAPEC), Social Development Agency (ADS), and the Association for the Social and Professional Integration of Disabled People (ADAPT). This event aimed to encourage people with disabilities to enter the job market by connecting them to job recruiters and employers.

September 1, 2017

USAID Career Center has teamed up with the private sector to develop "Najahi – Prêt pour l’Emploi" (literally, “My Success – Ready for Employment), a catalog of 24 training modules with two distinct sections: a first section including basic modules that facilitate learning of soft skills essentials and basic job search skills (self-diagnostic skills, written and oral communication, resumé and cover letter writing, and job interview preparation); and the second section comprising supplementary modules for those who wish to go even further and acquire skills more specific to certain professions (customer relationship management, business integration, and problem solving).

Student tests out the new Aquatronics virtual reality training equipment
August 25, 2017

USAID and our partners are using science and technology to establish innovative and improved sustainable water management practices in Morocco. The H2O Maghreb activity brings improved industrial and municipal water management practices to Morocco and the Maghreb region, while also narrowing the gap between the supply and the demand of skilled labor.

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