The "Secondary education" activity, with a budget of $114.3 million, aims to improve the quality and relevance of…Read more...
The "Employment" activity, with a budget of some $24,7 million, aims to improve labour market observation and…Read more...
The "vocational training" activity, with a budget of some $87.3 million, aims to develop and improve…Read more...
The low quality of human capital represents a major constraint to economic growth in Morocco. This weakness is reflected in a low academic success rate, a tendency of students to choose fields of study that do not meet the needs of companies and gaps in the achievements and skills of the graduates. Private sector companies operating in these sectors state that candidates applying for vacancies do not have the fundamental skills acquired at secondary school level (soft-skills, fluency in foreign languages as well as technical knowledge). Even for the most sophisticated jobs, companies cannot find the right profiles with the necessary skills.
The “Education and training for employability” project, with a budget of $ 220 million, aims to strengthen the employability of young people by improving the quality and relevance of secondary education and technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programs and the equitable access to these programs in order to better meet the needs of the productive sector.
This project is structured around three activities, namely
* The "Secondary Education" activity ($ 111.4 million) has three fundamental components:
* The “Technical and Vocational Education and Training” TVET activity ($ 80.42 million) is structured around two components:
* The “Employment” activity ($ 27 million) covers four components: