The Forsa program has successfully achieved the objective of supporting and financing 10,000 project leaders in 2022, and this only 8 months after its launch, according to the Ministry of Tourism, Crafts and Social and solidarity economy.
In a very difficult post-Covid context, and under the High Instructions of King Mohammed VI to promote the professional integration of young people, the Forsa program was launched to instill entrepreneurship among young people and support them to create and succeed in their projects. , says a press release from the ministry.
At the end of December 2022, 10,000 project leaders had received their funding, continues the same source, adding that in addition to these 10,000, the financing commissions have given their favorable opinion on funding to a few dozen project leaders whose ideas were promising.
An outperformance therefore for this program. The payment of funding for these few dozen project leaders is in progress, assures the ministry.
In this context, the Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts and the Social and Solidarity Economy, Fatim-Zahra Ammor, underlines that “we are proud to have been able to initiate 10,000 projects and materialize the dream of 10,000 entrepreneurs for the 1st program edition.
“We could have stopped there, but we wanted to give the chance to more project leaders, who could in turn start their entrepreneurial adventure,” she added.
The 2023 edition, meanwhile, is advancing even faster than the first, the statement said, adding that only two months after the launch, 1,400 applicants have already reached the funding phase and received favorable opinions.