Despite successive crises, the devastating consequences of which have not escaped any country, several sectors of the national economy manage to hold on. Forget about agriculture, which, despite a poor year, has performed satisfactorily thanks to an exceptional program designed by the executive. according to high royal instructions. If the structural projects of the past two decades have proved their worth, the Kingdom is ushering in a new era, launching a series of large-scale projects capable of elevating it to the rank of great powers. The latter, the reform of the national health care system, is a cornerstone in the project to generalize social protection by order of the Sovereign.
A long-awaited titanic project that has just been fixed, despite a very unfavorable global economic context. An initiative that represents a historic opportunity to build a national health care system that is more reliable, more equitable, more secure, more cost-effective, more viable in terms of investment and, above all, with a human face.
This restructuring of the sector is based on a 360° approach, starting with good governance, strengthening regulatory mechanisms and territorial planning of the healthcare offer, up to the qualification of human resources.
Investments and job creation
In order to maintain its economic indicators, the Kingdom is also preparing to introduce a new Investment Charter with the aim of adapting the state’s investment development policy to deep institutional, economic, social, environmental and technological transformations at the national level. and international levels. This project, which intervenes in the implementation of the High Royal Orientations, also aims to direct investments to productive sectors with high added value and achieve sustainable development, while enhancing the attractiveness of the country, able to make it a continental pole and international in this field. investments and improving the business climate.
This new charter is in line with the road map of a new development model to achieve greater growth, the fruits of which will be better distributed to improve the standard of living of the population, provide employment opportunities for the youth, create resources to invest in human capital and finance social needs.
To stimulate employment in the urban and rural world, several programs have been launched, including Forsa and Awrach, which have shown honorable results to date, giving hope to Moroccan youth. This means that during the last two decades, Morocco has laid the foundations for its development, thanks to the far-sighted vision of the Sovereign, thanks to structural projects, increasing the openness of the economy and significant investments in infrastructure now, in times of reform.