MODAL project : End of the training cycle on project management

Written by Kholoud EL MORABET

1 April 2022

Focus on the last session for associative actors from Morocco and its diaspora in Europe

Improving incomes, economic inclusion of women and youth, and support for people in precarious situations are among the priorities and essential levers for development identified by the National Initiative for Human Development in Morocco (NIHD).

It is in this context that ADEPT, within the framework of the project in the framework of the project “Mobilization of Diaspora Organizations and Local Associations for Development” (MODAL), organised a training session aimed at linking the management of non-profit associative projects with the tools of entrepreneurship. Entitled ‘Accompanying Social and Solidarity Economy initiatives in the framework of local development projects in Morocco’, this training session, targeting associative actors from Morocco and its diaspora in Europe, shared many tools to help designing a on for profit and associative project in the same way as a social enterprise, through an innovative approach. It also gave insights on how to better support individual entrepreneurs and cooperatives in the framework of local development projects with an economic aim.

This training, conceived in partnership with Adale Expertise in the form of 5 workshops, took place entirely online between March 15 and 29.  It completed the cycle of trainings started in August 2021 with the organisation of 3 hybrid sessions respectively in Ivory Coast, Mali and Senegal, also on project management.

17 participants attended these sessions, which allowed them to strengthen their knowledge on the subject but also to develop their networks

The MODAL project is part of the South-South Cooperation Action (SSCA), funded by the European Union.  Implemented by ADEPT, it aims more specifically to strengthen the capacities of diaspora organizations and local associations in Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Morocco, and Senegal in order to increase the impact of the local development initiatives they carry out in partnership in these countries.

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