The NGO TIBU Maroc launched the Global Sports Entrepreneurship Week. From November 11 to 14, 200 young people from Tunisia, Jordan, Algeria, Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, and Morocco will participate in this event inspired by Global Entrepreneurship Week celebrated by the United Nations.
The aim is to federate the various actors of the entrepreneurial and social field through sport in Morocco, Africa, and the world around a program rich in conferences, Master Classes, reflection and advocacy workshops, and Hackathons, and many other initiatives. “Thanks to Ashoka, I discovered the magic of social entrepreneurship. Through the organization of Global Sports Entrepreneurship Week and the launch of programs focused on social innovation and youth sports entrepreneurship such as Sports Orange Corners, we aim to train social entrepreneurs who push the limits, who are revolutionizing the way of living, working, and thinking and who are able to create social and economic inclusion using the power of sport. », Explained Mohamed Amine Zariat, Ashoka Fellow, founding president of the NGO TIBU Maroc.
During this launch, he also announced a series of high-impact activities: Hackathons on social innovation, Cross Cultures Education Program, The # Run4Neet race, Launch of the Alafia program in Morocco.