Building on its successful experience in setting up social programs for underprivileged segments of the population and on its ability to share the expertise it gained in the field, the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity sought, in 2006, to implement an action plan highlighting the Foundation’s know-how as well as optimal use of human resources. In keeping with its guiding philosophy, the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity sought to promote trainings in social work through the creation of a specialized center, namely the Solidarity Action Training Center, CFAS.
The CFAS is basically devoted to developing know-how and the promotion of human resources in the area of social work. It relies on methods used in tested models. The center is primarily meant to build on best practices in social work and promote human resource development for the benefit of NGOs and the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity’s main partners.
In this respect, the CFAS defined four main goals revolving around a sustainable social work development policy designed to:
The CFAS is a forum for training, learning and personal fulfilment for social workers seeking training and in-service training in social work. Training courses offered within the framework of the center’s first action plan were based on specific themes and revolve around different modules that supplement one another:
Excerpt from the Royal letter to the Forum of Association Movement in Morocco, on the occasion of Studies Days on «Association Management», on February 14, 2002, Rabat.