King Mohammed VI launched Social plan in Casablanca

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His Majesty King Mohammed VI has launched last Friday new social and sportive plan, a figure of the stable royal concern for the human part as a true wealth of the Kingdom and a key factor of its intangible assets.

King Mohammed VI launched Social plan in Casablanca

King Mohammed VI launched Social plan in Casablanca

The King launched the Mohamed Zerktouni socio-sports society centre in the urban community of Dar Bourassa (Nouaceur province) and a Human Development Centre for help to the elderly in the Ain Sebaâ-Hay Mohammadi district. The 2 projects will cost almost 21 million dirhams.

The plan intends at increasing sport behavior, intensification local facilities and supporting some unsafe social kind, reveals the Sovereign’s vision which chairs the human element at the heart of any growth process.

Worth 13.7 million dirhams, the Mohamed Zerktouni socio-sports society center aim to build up sports skills with children and the youth, stop juvenile delinquency and school dropout and guarantee the aim populations’ socio-cultural integration during broad access to necessary services and facilities

The interior, passed out in collaboration between the ministry of Youth and Sports and the urban community of Dar Bouazza, expand over a total area of 9,324 square meter. It skins notably a semi-Olympic swimming pool, a sports field, a synthetic grass festal field and fitness, aggressive arts and multimedia rooms.

The Human growth Centre for help to the elderly, part of the National Human Development Initiative (INDH) is a producer of partnership with the Amal Foundation for hemodialysis and social works, the local delegation of national mutual aid and the ministry of Health. Approved out at a cost of 7.2 mn dirhams, the center will provide accommodation, food and medical and general wellbeing services to the elderly with no economic resources.

With a capacity of 66 stay in people and 100 ambulatory people, the new centre (1,700 m2) include dormitories, dining rooms, a geriatric care unit, medical examination rooms and green seats.

The new infrastructure will provide the aim population with a suitable environment favoring their social integration. It will also provide helping and counseling services to the families of the elderly.

These plans are a continuation of His Majesty the King’s multiple actions in the Casablanca Great area intended to increase the living standard of the local population, build up basic services and infrastructure and ensure integrated and balanced development of the Kingdom’s city.

Mohamed Dekkak