Organization

Transparent governance and flexible operations

The personal involvement of His Majesty King Mohammed VI and His determination to act effectively on behalf of the most deprived, are cornerstones of the commitment of all Foundation members.


Governance led by His Majesty King Mohammed VI

As a charitable association, the Foundation is managed by a Board of Directors, chaired by His Majesty King Mohammed VI. The 21 members of the Board of Directors are drawn from Moroccan civil society and business community. They perform their duties on a voluntary basis and are involved in the conduct of strategic plans. A Royal Cabinet representative, who serves as the Foundation's coordinator, oversees the implementation of the Chairman's strategic orientations, approves budgets and action plans, and monitors management supervision. The Board of Directors contributes financially to the Foundation's resources. Some directors also offer their expertise in specific sectors and human resources to particular projects. They also sit on the Board of Directors of the Foundation's specialized entities.

His Majesty King Mohammed VI

His Majesty King Mohammed VI


Chairman of the Board of Directors

Mr Abdeslam AHIZOUNE


Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Maroc Telecom

Mr Othman BENJELLOUN


Chairman and CEO
BMCE Bank

Mr Azeddine BENMOUSSA


Mr Mohamed Hassan BENSALEH


Chairman and CEO
Holmarcom Group

Mr Mohamed EL AZAMI


Senior Official in the private office of His Majesty The King
Coordinator Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity

Mrs Hakima HIMMICH


Founder
Association for Combating AIDS

Mr Driss Houar


Chairman
Association de bienfaisance d'Oujda

Mr Said IBRAHIMI


Director General
Casablanca Finance City Authority

Mr Abdellatif Jouahri


Governor
Bank Al-Maghrib

Mr Mohammed KETTANI


Chairman and CEO 
Attijariwafa Bank

Mr Saad KETTANI


Chairman
KSG Group

Mr Mohamed Karim Mounir


Chairman and CEO
Popular Central Bank

Mrs Saida LAMRANI KARIM


Chairperson and CEO
Safari Group 

Mrs Fouzia MSEFFER ALAOUI


Chairperson
Association L’avenir

Mr Hassan OURIAGLI


Chairman and CEO
Al Mada

Mr Ahmed Rahou


Chairman and CEO
CIH Bank

Mr Tarik SIJILMASSI


Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Crédit Agricole du Maroc

Mr Karim Tajmouati


CEO
National Agency of Land Conservation, Mapping and Cadastre

Mr Mostafa TERRAB


Chairman and CEO
Office Chérifien des Phosphates

Mr Abdellatif ZAGHNOUN


Chief Executive Officer
Caisse de Dépôts et de Gestion

Men and women committed on a day-to-day basis

Driven by a true sense of belonging and a firm commitment to the Foundation's values, the team has succeeded in developing unique expertise, combining significant field experience and proven ability for social engineering. The team consists of 50 employees. It is made up of:

  • 21 project managers responsible for the development of social projects;
  • 14 managers in charge of humanitarian and medical-social programs;
  • and 15 managers working in support functions.

It operates under the supervision of the Coordinator, Mr Mohamed EL AZAMI who is a Senior Official in the private office of His Majesty The King and a member of the Board of Directors. It is designed to be multidisciplinary team, from which some managers are designated by some of the Board of Directors.

 

 

Men and women committed on a day-to-day basis

Organized by areas of expertise

The Foundation's team implements the strategy defined by the Board of Directors. It is also constantly mobilized on the ground, particularly during major humanitarian operations. It is organized into different clusters:

  • Core business cluster - Mission of the Foundation: Project Monitoring, Humanitarian, Training, Innovation and Integration Program through Economic Activity;
  • Support Cluster: Buildings, Administrative, Logistics and Resources, Financial, Communication, Information Systems and Administrative Staff.

The central team relies on a network of regional project managers. They coordinate, develop and monitor projects in the field. They act as operational relays for project implementation. They regularly report on the needs of target populations and liaise with local partners and actors.

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A unique network of independent specialized entities

A number of specialized entities stem from programs developed by the Foundation. They are dedicated to specific populations and linked to particular sectors such as persons with disabilities, handicrafts or solidarity-based micro-finance. The Foundation chairs these bodies and provides them with strategic direction. The facilities are managed by managing associations. They bring together all the partners involved in the specific fields of intervention (economic operators, public or semi-public departments and civil society) and are endowed with human and material resources of their own in order to perform their work.

The Solidarity Market, Casablanca

The Solidarity Market

A new space for fair trade and support for cooperatives

Center for Work-based Integration and Assistance - Salé

Center for Work-based Integration and Assistance - Salé

Professional inclusion for young people with mental disabilities

Center for Very Small Solidarity Enterprises

Center for Very Small Solidarity Enterprises

Economic integration through the promotion of solidarity-based entrepreneurship

Mohammed VI Support Center for Solidarity-Based Micro-Finance

Mohammed VI Support Center for Solidarity-Based Micro-Finance

An innovative mechanism to promote micro-finance

Training and Qualification Centers for Handicrafts Trades

Training and Qualification Centers for Handicrafts Trades

An original platform for the development of handicraft trades and youth integration

Mohammed VI National Center for the Disabled - Salé

Mohammed VI National Center for the Disabled - Salé

The first of its kind in the field of integrated care for the disabled