Tibu Africa launches the 3rd edition of the week of employment through sport

The NGO Tibu Africa, kicked off the 3rd edition of the week of employment through sport, initiated in partnership with the Ministry of National Education, Preschool and Sports, the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH), the National Agency for the Promotion of Employment and Skills (ANAPEC) and the DROSOS Foundation.

Rich in meetings between several business leaders and young beneficiaries of socio-economic inclusion programs for young people through sport, this week is intended to be a real platform for meetings between many business decision-makers and more than 300 young beneficiaries of Tibu Africa programs from the province of Taroudant, the municipality of Ouled Azzouz and the Casablanca-Settat region.

It is also part of Tibu Africa’s practices, aimed at supporting young people in NEET situations towards sustainable integration into sports professions.

Speaking on this occasion, the president of Tibu Africa, Mohamed Amine Zariat, indicated that “the week of youth employment through sport is part of a multidimensional plan adopted by the Tibu Africa organization in order to promote the ability of sport to provide access to decent work and quality integration”.

With this in mind, this week has a rich and diversified program in store for its participants, combining skills-building workshops with renowned experts, inspiring conferences in connection with sports professions and a job forum with the presence of sports companies. to open up new paths and opportunities for young people, he added, noting that the professional integration of these young people into the job market is a priority for Tibu Africa which, through the creation of a network d’alliance, will allow young people to discover the challenges of the sports industry and thus to gain professional experience by making their passion their job.

Nearly 85% of the beneficiaries of the 2nd edition of the week of employment through sport were able to find opportunities for professional integration, expressing the wish to see this edition offer young beneficiaries more opportunities for integration into the job market, he said.

For his part, Ismail Lahlou, program manager at the DROSOS Foundation, partner of the initiative, underlined that “the Intilaqa project led by TIBU and supported by the DROSOS Foundation is a project that explores new forms of professional integration for young NEETs through a dynamic that affects the sports industries”.

According to him, this program thus offers job opportunities in the sector through support that combines the learning of technical and practical skills, noting that in this context, the week of professional integration through sport is a decisive because it makes it possible to check the adequacy between the employers of the sector and the young people wishing to engage in it.

For her part, the marketing director at Fromageries Bel Maroc, Aida Djerrari noted that the collaboration with Tibu Africa “reflects our desire and our mission to promote the professional integration of young Moroccans, especially in this post-pandemic period and economic recovery. “.

On this occasion, a partnership agreement was signed between the NGO Tibu Africa and the Royal Moroccan Swimming Federation to contribute to the professional integration of young people through swimming.

In this regard, the president of the Federation, Driss Hassa stressed that the purpose of this convention is to give girls and boys the opportunity to be integrated and contribute to social cohesion, in order to offer them new behavioral techniques. through swimming to give them access to labor markets.

He stressed that the needs of the Royal Moroccan Swimming Federation in terms of sports supervisors amount to 1,000 swimming educators per year at the national level and 50 educators at the level of Casablanca, saying he is determined to work together with the NGO Tibu Africa so that swimming can in turn contribute to the professional integration of young people.

During this week, which will bring together several committed actors from private and public sector companies, civil society actors, the media and all the young beneficiaries of Tibu Africa’s programs, the various articulations will consist in particular in holding a series of workshops with themes related to employment issues in the sports sector and the organization of exchanges of expertise with structures dealing with the issue of youth employment through sport.

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