Moroccan, Spanish Cooperation Agencies to Set up Joint Projects in Africa

Morocco’s international cooperation agency (AMCI) and Spain’s International cooperation for development agency (AECID) vowed to coordinate efforts to set up joint projects in Africa.

In this regard, AECID director general Luis Tejada Chacon held talks in Rabat with his Moroccan counterpart Mohamed Methqal during which it was agreed that the two agencies gear efforts in favor of Africa’s development through broadening their scope of action in the continent.

At the meeting, Methqal shed light on his agency’s actions to promote human development in different African countries, citing notably AMCI’s contribution to the training of 25,000 African students and 5000 executives from 47 countries.

He said that currently 12,000 African students from 40 African countries are pursuing their studies in different Moroccan universities and educational institutions, adding that 8000 of these students receive Moroccan government scholarships.

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