Morocco Health

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Young people aged 15-24 comprise 30% of Morocco’s population of 32.3m, and like most of the region the country is seeking to harmonise and improve the skills of its population with the needs of the market. A mismatch in training and job opportunities has left many young Moroccans without a job. Indeed, a survey published by the World Bank in...

 

Significant strides have been made in improving health indicators, particularly in terms of maternal and child mortality rates. The Ministry of Health (Ministère de la Santé, MS) launched its 2012-16 action plan with a focus on maternal and child heath care. Moreover, to help Morocco reach the objectives outlined in the Millennium Development...

What effect will Law No. 10.94 have on the modernisation of Morocco’s medical industry?

What strategies have been put in place to help train and guarantee a qualified workforce?

Chapter | Health & Education from The Report: Morocco 2014

Significant strides have been made in improving health indicators, particularly in terms of maternal and child mortality rates. Costs, however, are likely to remain a major obstacle, with out-of-pocket expenditure accounting for approximately 53% of spending on health care. A 2011 constitutional amendment enshrined access to health care as a basic right and the authorities are working to...

 

The Emergency Plan 2009-12 was launched five years ago to boost schooling levels in the kingdom, enhance the quality of teaching and infrastructure, and improve higher education and scientific research.

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