Since 2005, the Foundation has developed a new approach revolving around integrated, capacity-building programs for target populations to achieve social and professional integration.
With each project, this approach confirmed the decisive role of skilled training to achieve professional integration. This kind of training provides the necessary skills that are specific to a profession, supplements the education needed for social integration.
Training is also an indispensable tool for good practices in social work, particularly as the Foundation’s partners expressed their interest in accessing to the know-how and expertise gained by the Foundation over the last ten years.
The Foundation’s training-related actions are of three types:
This approach was launched with the creation of the Mohammed VI Center for Solidarity- based microfinance support in Casablanca.
In the same framework, the Foundation has created a Center for Agricultural Training in Sidi Bibi (Chtouka Ait Baha province, Agadir), and a center for training and maritime qualification to guarantee a qualified training in fishing professions for fishermen in the region, who would benefit from programs of continuous training and literacy.
This strong implication of the Foundation in training partners clearly demonstrates the importance given to such action in the Foundation’s strategic approach to provide all partners with keys of success in their social, humanitarian and development actions.