With mobile tablets in their hands, 22 researchers from Cadi Ayyad University in Marrakech went door-to-door during 2016 in the Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz region, surveying 1,200 households on attitudes, behaviors and demographic information around the issue of child labor.
MTDS is supporting the Regional Investment Center of Rabat-Sale-Kenitra, to research and upload comprehensive up-to-date requirements and instructions for creating or expanding businesses in Morocco. The dedicated website which can be consulted in many languages was designed by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development or UNCTAD and is specifically oriented towards foreign investors to increase Morocco’s Foreign Direct Investment or FDI.
In early December, MTDS participated in the closing workshop of the Leadership and Empowerment for Action on Disability (LEAD) project in Hammanmet, Tunisia.
Sixty civil society activists from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia are sharpening their advocacy skills by learning about how public policy is made in their countries.
There is a surprisingly large number of both public and civil society –run social services available to help persons in need in the city of Fès.
Intel Corporation, drawing on its long tradition as global leader in innovation, recently launched a program to promote entrepreneurship in Morocco.