The Min Ajliki program has just launched a post-Covid support program for the benefit of women entrepreneurs from several regions of the country. The first phase of this program took place in Tinghir in the region of Draa Tafilalet.
The first meetings with women entrepreneurs to support the relaunch of activities following the Covid-19 health crisis took place in Tinghir. The aim of this initiative is to provide support and assistance to women’s businesses in order to enable them to relaunch their activities while adapting to changes.
In order to do this, a concrete action plan over a period of three to six months around the financial, human, strategic, and operational aspects is developed.
The first stage of the program will however consist of identifying and establishing a diagnosis of businesses created under the Min Ajliki program to set up possible avenues for improvement and development in order to support 450 women’s businesses in several regions of Morocco.
As a reminder, Min Ajliki is a Belgian-Moroccan support program for female entrepreneurship, which was launched in 2013.