Canada: Moroccans Win Eight Gold Medals at Invention & Innovation Contest
Six of the medals were awarded by the contest organizers, Moroccan media le360.ma reports. Morocco also received a gold medal from the International Federation of Inventors’ Association at the award ceremony held on Saturday in Toronto. The Moroccan delegation also received acclaims from the Indonesian Association of Investors.
The Moroccan Association of Inventors hailed the stunning and historic performance of the Moroccan delegation as well as Moroccan authorities’ efforts to ensure that the North African country is well represented in the contest.
The Moroccan Association of Inventors seeks to promote inventions and to support inventors in the country as well as throughout the African continent.
A Senegalese inventor, member of the Moroccan Association of the Investors, also won a gold medal.
The Moroccan Association of Inventors is led by Majid El Bouazzaoui; a well-known scientific figure in Morocco. He was recently decorated by King Mohammed VI with Wissam Al Moukafaâ Al Wathania for his contribution to invention and innovation in Morocco.
El Bouazzaoui is credited with 13 inventions.