The Association for the Promotion of Moroccan-Korean Cooperation (AMACO) donated, this weekend, a set of blankets for the benefit of Dar-Taleba in Had-Brachoua (Province of Khemisset) in order to improve the conditions of resident students.
This action, which is part of the various activities of AMACO, intervenes on the occasion of the reopening of student houses for the benefit of students from poor families, will benefit 70 young girls from rural areas, a with the aim of improving their education and residence conditions, especially with the arrival of the winter season.
It also aims, according to Mohamed Moussa, president of the Association, to fight against the school dropout of young girls from rural areas, by improving their living conditions.
AMACO, he continued, aspires to increase social initiatives within the framework of its partnership with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). Various actions were thus carried out in 2020, including the distribution of protective materials against COVID-19 and school materials in several regions of the Kingdom.
This donation will, among other things, improve the living conditions of young girls residing in Dar Al-Taliba, during this period of the year which is experiencing a drop in temperatures, for his part, noted the vice-president of the ‘Islamic Dar-Taleba Association in Had-Brachoua, Mouhib Khalid.
Note that in addition to this action, a cooperation agreement was signed between AMACO and the Islamic Dar-Taleba Association in Had-Brachoua, the objective being to strengthen bilateral cooperation.