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Highlights from the National Conference on Human Development

Royal Speech addressed to participants in the first National Conference on Human Development

September 19, 2019

Royal Message read by the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Abdelouafi Laftit

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Why and how to invest in early childhood ?

September 19, 2019
ANGELICA PONGUTA : Faculty member at Yale University Child Study Center, School of Medicine, United States of America

Towards an integrated policy for early childhood development

September 19, 2019
– NOUR-EDDINE BOUTAYEB : Minister Delegate to the Minister of Interior, Morocco
– AHMED REDA CHAMI : President of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council, Morocco
– JESKO HENTSCHEL : Director of Operations of the World Bank for the Maghreb and Malta

Innovative projects and tools for children’s cognitive and social development

September 19, 2019

– Sophie Naudeau, Human Development Program leader – World Bank
– Chemba Raghavan, Early Childhood Development specialist – UNICEF
– Karima Grant, Founder, Director of ImaginNation Africa
– Aziz Kaichouh, General Manager of the Moroccan Foundation for the Promotion of Preschool education (FMPS)

Innovative projects and tools for child health and nutrition

September 19, 2019
– Harold Alderman, Senior research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
– Laila El Ammari, Nutrition Program Manager, Population Directorate, Ministry of Health, Morocco
– Anirban Chatterjee, Regional Advisor – Health and Nutrition – UNICEF
– Abdoulaye Ka, National Coordinator of the Malnutrition Cell in Senegal

Highlights from the National Conference on Human Development

September 19, 2019

Building on achievements and preparing the future

Phase III of the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) marks a new phase of its existence.

Launched in 2005 by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, May God Assist Him, the INDH is a reign-long effort aimed at shrinking major socio-economic deficits, promoting the economic integration of the most deprived and thus preserving their dignity.

Phase III has a twofold objective: to consolidate gains and build the future by addressing constraints to human development.

Launched in 2005 by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, May God Assist Him, the INDH is a reign-long effort aimed at shrinking major socio-economic deficits, promoting the economic integration of the most deprived and thus preserving their dignity.

Phase III has a twofold objective: to consolidate gains and build the future by addressing constraints to human development.

Consolidating Achievements

Preserving dignity and improving
living conditions in accordance with the momentum initiated in 2005

Building The Future

By directly addressing
the main constraints to human development throughout the life cycle

4 programs to promote human capital

Continuing the momentum initiated in 2005,
Phase III of the INDH places human capital, an essential lever for development, at the forefront of its priorities.

Phase III action is structured around four proactive programs, including two new programs (3 & 4) which address the main causes of the human development gap throughout the life cycle. 

PROGRAM 1

Bridging the gap in infrastructure and basic social services

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PROGRAM 2

Support for people living in precarious situations

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PROGRAM 3

Improving the income and economic inclusion of young people

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PROGRAM 4

Boosting the human capital of upcoming generations

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New governance for greater impact

Phase III introduces significant innovations in the area of governance based on five principles which will increase efficiency, improve the quality of services provided, ensure greater transparency and bring together stakeholders.

5 GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES

NATIONAL AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES

MULTI-YEAR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (MYDP)

National Coordination
Office of the National Initiative
for Human Development

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