Space for development of microcredit
Since its inception, Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity has placed sustainable development at the heart of its strategy. Thus, several actions aimed at integrating the poor into the economic cycle have been undertaken.
Among these, the microcredit has proved to be an effective tool to fight against exclusion and poverty.
To enable a larger part of the target population to have access to microcredit,
This cluster aims particularly to develop and conceptualize the practice of microcredit and transferring know-how skills acquired through the actors experience in the field of microcredit.
The training program was developed in a chronological approach to various modules, preparing directly to professional life, both in content and in the practical approach of seminars. It is intended for anyone who desires to deepen his knowledge according to the powers and needs related to their duties. It will have the opportunity to acquire these skills by attending training and being part of the most qualified staff in the sector.
This division allows micro-entrepreneurs to develop capacity for better marketing of their products, to provide beneficiaries with logistics allowing them to showcase their products, be the interface of the beneficiaries to the solidarity trade networks, develop a virtual space for the exhibition of the beneficiaries products, Organize fairs touring exhibition and marketing in different regions of Morocco.
Pole Observatory Center allows users to benefit from a document collection consists of reference books, journals, publications from national institutions and official documents, and a multimedia room to view the documents and audiovisual websites dedicated to the sector. It also includes a monitoring unit to follow up the business both nationally and internationally.
It is in charge of developing catalogs and bibliographies on various topics of Microfinance, establish relations of cooperation and exchange with research and expertise around the world to launch newsletter on Microfinance in Morocco,...