The Maroc France Influence Federation (FMFI) was created at the initiative of two Franco-Moroccan women, Fatiha El Bayid, Franco-Moroccan elected in the Var and Hanane Boumejjane, involved in the Franco-Moroccan associative fabric.
This network brings together associations, companies and actors active in the social, cultural, sporting or economic field and engaged in dialogue and cooperation between France and Morocco, indicates a press release from the Federation.
“Present in all French and Moroccan regions, the FMFI, which has around 100 members, aims to carry, on both sides of the Mediterranean, innovative large-scale projects geared towards sustainable, social and solidarity development. , specifies the same source. The said Federation, which “wants to be non-community, areligious and apolitical”, is distinguished from other associations and collectives France-Morocco by the diversity and the structuring of the network which it makes available to its members to implement their project “, let know the press release.
“This project is the result of a long reflection and an ardent desire to bring together all the French and Moroccan actors involved, with their projects and their convictions, in order to create a solid and united collective. We set ambitious goals for ourselves from the start. This immediately attracted a large number of personalities who have now joined the federation or who support our approach ”, El Bayid, president of the Federation, quoted in the press release.
The same source affirms that the federation does not seek to absorb or replace groups of friendships, associations and other Franco-Moroccan organizations.
“We simply want to promote the action of our members and support them in their project with the help of an influential and structured network. This federation is one more stone for the consolidation and sustainability of the friendship between France and Morocco ”, she emphasizes.
Sponsored by producer and manager Mani Nordine, FMFI has appointed Digital Virgo CEO Manuel Cruz as Honorary President.
Followed by more than 2,000 people, with 100 members, it is supported by 300 members including the deputy M’Jid El Guerrab, the essayist and political advisor Naima M’faddel or the intellectual Rachid Benzine.
Led by two women and with a large female presence among its members, the FMFI wishes to accompany, support and advise women who wish to undertake or develop their activity in France or Morocco. It aims, in particular, to be a relay and a trusted intermediary with the public authorities and Moroccan institutional bodies.