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    AlMalik meets Amzazi at the sidelines of the closing ceremony of ‘Education Programme’

    6 December 2019

    Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), explored with Mr. Said Amzazi, Moroccan Minister of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research, ways to promote cooperation between ISESCO and Morocco in the fields of common interest, particularly ways to benefit Member States, particularly African countries, from the Moroccan experience in the ‘Education Programme II’, organized under the partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco and the European Union.

    This meeting was part of Dr. AlMalik’s participation in the closing ceremony of ‘Education Programme II’, organized by the Ministry of National Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research in partnership with the European Union Delegation in the Kingdom of Morocco, yesterday at ‘Palais des Congrès’ in Sale. The ceremony was presided over by Mr. Amzazi and Ms. Claudia Wiedey, Ambassador and Head of the European Union Delegation in Morocco.

    The meeting was attended by Mr. Youssef Belkacemi, Secretary General of the Ministry; and from ISESCO by Dr. Kais Hammami, Director of the Centre of Strategic Anticipation, and Mr. Aziz Elhajir, Expert at the Directorate of Education.

    It is worth mentioning that ‘Education Programme II’ falls within the framework of the partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco and the European Union aiming to support efforts for reforming the system of education and training, boost and provide the universal compulsory education, promote the principle of gender equality in access to education, and provide students with easy access to the vocational training, university and job market.

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