Morocco can play an important role in Africa

Morocco’s experience in the generalization of medical coverage is great and the Kingdom, within the framework of solidarity, is able to play an important role in this area at the level of the Continent, underlined Wednesday in Marrakech, the Chief of the Government, Aziz Akhannouch.

The Message addressed by King Mohammed VI to participants in the first African Conference on Health Risk Reduction illustrates the importance that the Kingdom and the Sovereign continue to attach to medical coverage and compulsory health insurance ( AMO), declared to the press, the Head of Government, on the sidelines of his participation in the work of this Conference.

In this sense, he highlighted the great steps taken by Morocco on the way to the generalization of medical coverage to all of its citizens.

Akhannouch also considered that this approach of the Kingdom in the matter is likely to further consolidate cohesion within society, while qualifying as “great” the experience of Morocco in terms of generalization of medical coverage.

And to continue that the debates and discussions undertaken within the framework of this Conference which will be sanctioned by the Declaration of Marrakech, will allow, without any doubt, to consolidate the orientation of the position of Morocco and of the experts in this field with regard to health issues, health risks and their reduction.

Morocco and its partners are in the process of drawing up a Health Charter for the African Continent, given the experience of the Kingdom and the multiple horizons open to it in this area, in particular its rich experience in matter of medical coverage.

The 1st African Conference on Health Risk Reduction began its work on Wednesday in Marrakech, with the participation of African and international decision-makers, experts, specialists and professionals.

The opening session of this Conclave was marked by a Message addressed by His Majesty the King to the participants, which was read by the Minister of Health and Social Protection, Khalid Ait Taleb.

Initiated by the Ministry of Health and Social Protection, in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Economy and Finance, and the Moroccan Association of Addictive Medicine and Pathologies (MAPA), this conference, which continues until November 18, brings together African and international expertise.

The objective being to reflect on the aspects of health in broader concepts of public health policies, but also to erect the pillars of health in the future, to rethink health in its organic, psychological, economic, social and environmental aspects, by working together for a common African health also through culture, education and teaching.

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