The participation of the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation (AMCI) in the first African forum on vocational training hosted by the city of Dakhla on Friday and Saturday was crowned by the signing of six cooperation agreements.
An AMCI statement, sent Friday to Yabiladi, indicates that these agreements were signed by AMCI, OFPPT and six African countries, namely Burkina Fasso, Guinea-Bissau, Djibouti, Chad, Mali and Madagascar.
At the signing ceremony of these conventions, Mohamed Methqal, ambassador general director of the AMCI reiterated the willingness AMCI to work with the OFPPT to help strengthen the cooperation between Morocco and these countries in the field of vocational training.
It should be noted that the six agreements signed Friday in Dakhla aim to share with the African countries, the experience and expertise developed by the Kingdom in the field of vocational training
A meeting of the African Alliance for the Development of Vocational Training, launched in April 2017 with the support of the Islamic Development Bank and 15 African countries, is scheduled for the completion of this forum.