The World Bank Supports Jobs in Morocco

Jobs in Morocco

A new World Bank project will help increase Jobs in Morocco by matching vocational skills and higher schooling programs with the needs of the Jobs market. A second project will strengthen the justice domain to deliver efficient and transparent services to citizens and businesses.

The $100 million First Skills and Employment Development Policyowner Loan (DPL) and the $15.8 million Justice domain Reform Investment loan were approved today by the World Bank as Board of Directors.

An Unemployment is of the most big challenges Morocco is facing, said Simon Grey, World Bank Director for the Morocco Department. The World Bank , through financial and technical support, will help the Moroccan authorities accomplish tangible results on the ground. Rising to the jobs in Morocco and justice challenges is key to making sure social and economic prosperity.

The First Skills and Employment DPL aims to help the government of Morocco implement its program of increasing skills, productivity and quality of jobs in Morocco. The shortage of jobs, including quality jobs has limited the extent to which sustained economic growth of the past decade can be widely shared and translated in to Fight poverty . It also aims to improve the effectiveness of intermediation services, including active job market programs, job quality as well as a strengthened jobs market information technique.

"This project will help higher schooling and vocational training students acquire the skills needed by the jobs market, said Nadine Poupart, Senior Economist at the World Bank .It aims to promote efficient jobs programs for unemployed men and females and to transfer a significant number of those working in low paying casual sector jobs in to formal work settings."

The Justice domain Reform project will be piloted in 12 courts and will introduce international best practices in court management. This will entail a participatory technique involving judges, administrative staff, judicial auxiliaries and users in the selected pilot courts. The project will assist in strengthening institutional capacity in the Ministry of Justice and Liberties and will better support and monitor the court technique.

According to the World Bank , the projects are in line with the objectives of the Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) that articulates the cooperation framework and strategic orientation of the World Bank as support to  Jobs in Morocco for the 2010-2013. The formation of a new government in 2011 and the push to speed up reforms have led to a review of the CPS objectives as well as a progress document was introduced to the World Bank 's board of directors today.

Drafted in consultation with the government of Morocco, the CPS progress document assesses the implementation of the Bank program and proposes areas of increased focus including growth, employment and competitiveness, governance, inclusion and voice, and subsidy reform.

The World Bank , through the updated strategies, will be able to sharpen its assistance to Morocco in promoting greater inclusion, improved service delivery and strengthened competitiveness, all aimed at the overarching objective of improving jobs in Morocco

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