King kingdom

King Mohammed VI pledges to develop human resources in Africa | General news

Morocco reaffirmed its attachment to the development of Africa within the framework of South-South cooperation.

Morocco’s innovative South-South cooperation model is based on the exchange of knowledge, skills, expertise and resources while involving all sub-regions of the continent and relevant sectors.

The Kingdom of Morocco under His Royal Majesty King Mohammed VI has increased to seventy the quota of its annual scholarship program for Ghanaian students wishing to study in Morocco.

Currently, more than two hundred (200) Ghanaian students are studying various courses in Morocco under the scholarship program.

Speaking in an interview with Ghanaian journalists who are currently in Morocco for tourism purposes, one of the beneficiary students, Charles Justice Yaw Junior, praised the Moroccan government for extending the offer to Ghanaians wishing to study in Morocco. Morocco.

He said this was made possible by the many years of bilateral relations developed between the two countries to promote mutual interest.

The architecture student said that all beneficiary students currently benefiting from the impact of the scholarship, really appreciate the commitment and efforts of King Mohammed VI and his government for giving them the opportunity to realize their potential in education.

The Moroccan scholarship has already benefited hundreds of Ghanaian students, including Dr. Evans Duah, Lecturer at Akenten Appiah-Menka University of Vocational Training and Entrepreneurial Development, Radia Adama Saani, Board Member of the Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC) and CEO. of Moontouch Travel Limited, among other quality human resource pool.

They have been adequately prepared for the labor market to meet the challenges of economic management and contribute to the development of Ghana.

Bilingual university studies, initiated as the first step of the scholarship program for Ghanaian students, has for many years helped overcome the language barrier between French-speaking Africans and their English-speaking counterparts.

The students who benefited from the scholarship and graduated as alumni are fluent in English and French.

Overall, Morocco currently offers twelve thousand (12,000) scholarships to students in Africa each year with the ultimate goal of improving human resource development.

Due to the peculiarity of the educational situation on the African continent, which has been observed by the government of Morocco, with the majority of scholarships being offered by the Kingdom, the continent is currently taking the jackpot so 12,000 while d other beneficiary countries take the rest of the scholarship.

In total, the country is currently offering fourteen (14,000) scholarships to students from all over the world, including Ghanaian students studying in various disciplines.


Warning: The opinions expressed here are those of the authors and do not reflect those of assumes no legal or other responsibility for the accuracy of their content. Please report any inappropriate content to us, and we will evaluate it first.

Featured Video