King Mohammed VI Inaugurates Integration Center for Women Youth in Mediouna

Rabat – King Mohammed VI inaugurated a training and integration center for women and youth in Tit Mellil in Mediouna Province, Casablanca-Settat region on Saturday.The Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity Carried out the MAD 9 million project.The project forms part of King Mohammed VI’s vision towards youth and women and his willingness to ensure the integration of young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. The facility will also ensure the development of the situation of women and young people and provide them with various tools for better access to development.The project aims at opening up new prospects for the future of women and youth, who will benefit from a qualifying training to enter the job market and improve their living conditions.The King launched the construction works of the project on June 8 in 2017. The project fell within the framework of a participatory approach with representatives of civil society. It aims to support women and young people in Tit Mellil and to promote their access to different tools and means of social and professional integration.The center will serve as a platform, where youth and women will benefit from professional integration, cultural, educational and social activities that encourage empowerment.The project is built on a 3,640 square meter and includes, workshops in pastry-kitchen, sewing cutting, hairdressing-aesthetics, aluminum carpentry, building electricity, computer network and business training rooms, a library and a multimedia room.The project is the fruit of a cooperation between the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity, the Mediouna Provincial Council, the Office for Vocational Training and Promotion of Work and the Support of Association of the Tit Mellil Training and Integration Center for Women.Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, King Mohammed VI carried out the inauguration of several human development facilities across the country, including a training center in Rabat, a mosque in Sale, three humanitarian projects in Kenitra and a medical psychological center in Tit Mellil.The monarch has also sent a humanitarian aid to Palestine after the recent tension in the Gaza strip between Israel and Palestinians.