The participants in the first Regional Investment Forum stressed in Tangier the need to accelerate the establishment of the new Investment Charter and to ensure its implementation at the regional level.
The participants in the first regional forum for investment, employment and training, held Wednesday in Tangier, recommended the establishment of a participatory regional training policy, which meets the requirements of development, and the needs of businesses and of the labor market.
The participants in this event, which took place in the presence in particular of the Minister Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of Investment, Convergence and the Evaluation of Public Policies, Mohcine Jazouli, the President of the Tangier Regional Council -Tétouan-Al Hoceïma, Omar Moro, and the wali of the region, Mohamed Mhidia, called for the establishment of a participatory regional training policy, which brings together all stakeholders (University, Regional Academy, private schools and institutes, institutes of vocational training, National Agency for the Promotion of Employment and Skills and associations) and prospecting for objectives linked to strategic sectors.
They also pleaded in favor of the consolidation of the territorial identity, through training and qualification, to occupy a position of choice in the economic context imposed by globalization, the pandemic and the internal transformations of the Kingdom, in the light of public policies aimed at implementing the recommendations of the new development model (NMD).
This forum, marked by the participation of institutional, economic, social and academic actors, as well as elected officials, also recommended to ensure that the “Regional Charter for investment in human capital” comes into being, in order to to increase the chances of socio-economic integration, through employment and self-employment, and to develop training courses, which take into account the spatial and cognitive disparities of the human element. On the investment component, the participants underlined the need to accelerate the establishment of the new Investment Charter and to ensure its implementation at the regional level, noting the imperative to give priority to infrastructure. structuring in public investment, which should promote the territorial and economic emergence of the region.
The participants also underlined the need to promote the convergence of public investments at the territorial level, in order to encourage private investment and improve the business climate, noting the importance of the creation of the “Observatory regional economic and social ”, whose mission will be to collect and unify information.