In a most delicate situation for underprivileged populations, access to education is becoming one of Morocco’s greatest challenges, despite the enormous efforts made by the Kingdom to reform the field of education.
The EMA association has been working since its creation to offer young and old alike a dignified education.
And it is within the framework of its social integration projects through the creation and development of places within nursery and secondary establishments that the EMA association officially inaugurates, this October 14, 2021, Al Yarmouk, school of the second luck, in Nouaceur.
A real space for learning and exchange, the Al Yarmouk school allows young people who have broken with the school system to retake the baccalaureate and / or move on to apprenticeship careers.
Built as a vocational training center (CFA), the Al Yarmouk school has, for more than two years (2019/2021), been able to train students in the catering trade, while providing them with instruction in the Arabic and French language. , mathematics and computer science. Students are also called upon to carry out internships and visits in order to open up to the professional world.
Since its launch, Ansamble Maroc has been the main official partner of the Second Chance School. It commits to the tune of more than 500,000 MAD for the sixty apprentices and regularly appeals for donations from its suppliers, a way of taking advantage of the group’s network and benefiting from additional aid.
The creation of the Al Yarmouk school is part of the 2015-2030 strategic vision of the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training, in partnership with the EMA association, and the support of the INDH.
The National Human Development Initiative supported the Al Yarmouk school project, contributing to the construction of the institution’s sports field, ensuring the daily transport of young people, and providing financial support in the operation of the school of the 2th chance.
Under the leadership of the association Enfance Maghreb d’avenir, the efforts made by both the public sector (Ministry of National Education, INDH) and the private sector (Ansamble, Safran, Naturex, EDF, Sekkat, Sepalumic, Pyxel, RATP , Société Générale,) have made it possible to prepare and train a qualified and competent workforce that meets the needs of the job market.
Created in 2006 in Paris, in partnership with the Moroccan Ministry of National Education, the EMA association operates in 17 public schools and thus supports nearly 17,000 children in Greater Casablanca and Marrakech.
Its objective: to fully restore to schools in Morocco its role of social integration through the creation and development of places within nursery and secondary establishments.
Between 2019 and 2020, the association supports, in partnership with the INDH, the construction of infrastructure for 10 schools.
Source: Official press release