Last September, King Mohammed VI introduced the third phase of INDHaimed at improving human development indicators in education, health and training and improving basic infrastructure in poor regions.
In According to the Gini Index — a scale that measures financial inequality from zero absolute equality to absolute inequality — Morocco sits at One in eight Moroccans were considered economically vulnerable and risk falling into poverty.
Between andthe Gini Index for Morocco increased from Abdelahad Fassi-Fihri, minister of National Planning, Urban Planning, Housing and Urban Policy, said Casablanca has more than 36, barracks, despite 15 years of large financial investment to eradicate them.
Economist and Nobel Prize-winner Angus Dayton pointed out the role globalization and technology play in creating millions of jobs and subjecting a large number of people to unemployment, which thus widens the gap between the rich and poor.
But, for now, many hurdles lie in wait. Good governance that combines transparency, credibility and efficiency is essential for any state that seeks to end poverty once and for all. Eliminating relative and extreme poverty is an essential requirement for the sustainable growth of any nation as well as to ensure basic human rights to all.
First, illiteracy in rural areas remains very high among both the older and younger generations. Promoting volunteering among young change-makers and international organizations is essential to solving the poverty crisis in Morocco.
Protests over unemployment and worsening living conditions in the northern Rif region and the eastern town of Jerada in recent years have pressured the government to implement social and economic reforms.
By creating an environment of good governancepeople will once again start believing in public services such as law enforcement, schools and hospitals. In partnership with the United Nations Foundation, Fair Observer taught more than students in six countries—India, Morocco, Kenya, Austria, Mexico and the United States—about journalism and substantive issues such as water, health and poverty.