Morocco/Sidi Ifni: Launch of development projects to mark INDH anniversary
Several development projects were recently launched in the province of Sifi Ifni, as part of the commemoration of the 18th anniversary of the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH).
On Tuesday in the commune of Sbouya, provincial governor Hassan Sidki presided over the launch of construction work on a center for people with special needs.cific needs, at a total cost of 2.5 million dirhams, financed by the INDH as part of the program to support people in precarious situations.
This project, which aims to facilitate the social integration of children with special needs, so as to release their energies and talents, will be implemented by the INDH.nergies and talents, will be managed by the "Moubadara" association for solidarity and care for people with special needs. It has a capacity of 120 beneficiaries and will provide educational and paramedical services for this category of children, including rehabilitation and vocational training.
In a statement to MAP and its news channel (M24), the president of the "Moubadara" association, Mohamed Kate, said the project aims to provide educational and paramedical services to children with special needs in the region.dical services to children with special needs in rural areas, and to promote the social integration of this category, praising the great services provided by the INDH to this category of children.
In the same commune, Mr. Sidki visited the rehabilitation work on the secondary school annex, at a cost of 1.63 million dirhams. The work involved the creation of several facilities, including an administrative building, a sports field and changing rooms.
In the commune of Tnine Amlou, Mr Sidki handed over blankets and kitchen equipment to several student hostels (Dar Attalib and Dar Attaliba) in five communes of the province.
The equipment, costing a total of 400.000 dirhams, financed by INDH as part of the fourth program to promote the human capital of rising generations, aims to support schooling in rural areas and reduce school drop-out rates, particularly among young rural girls.
In the Tenkerfa commune, Mr Sidki launched the construction of 7 pre-school education units, spread over 5 communes. This project, for which a budget of 2.11 million dirhmas has been allocated and which will benefit around 140 children, aims to generalize pre-school education and ensure quality education.
The governor also visited Dar Attalib in Al Khsas and launched work to widen and reinforce the route of regional road 1915 in the commune of Sidi Hsayen, with a budget of 15.7 million dirhams.
The project aims to improve road safety indicators, maintain the road network and contribute to the region's economic and social development.