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History of CARE International’s work in Morocco
CARE Morocco was created in 2008 as part of the National Initiative for Human Development.
The initiative’s objective is to help reduce social inequality through action in three areas:
- Increased access to basic services, such as health, education, culture, public services, and transport
- Promotion of income-generating activities
- Socio-economic development assistance for the most vulnerable
What CARE International does in Morocco
CARE International works with national partners to support individuals and families from the most deprived communities by contributing to equal opportunities.
CARE Morocco pays special attention to youth and women from disadvantaged rural and peri-urban groups as severe inequity between urban and rural populations remains a problem.
CARE Morocco focuses on: