This has led to a series of initiatives, building on past successes and decisions, that have the potential for remaking what Morocco does best, tourism and agriculture, and leading the way to upgrading and expanding its services and manufacturing sectors.
As Morocco continues to put in place needed business reforms and social services strategies, it will be poised to achieve balanced and long-term growth that is the purpose of the Sustainable Development Goals campaign.
According to Mohamed Faical Nebri, at Morocco's Digital Development Agency, "Morocco has embarked on a major digital transformation agenda that has been accelerated by COVID-19, particularly at the level of public administration, where the main challenge has been twofold: on the one hand ensuring the continuity of public services, and, on the other, ensuring remote work for public sector employees and civil servants during lockdown."
Since close to 60% of Morocco's workforce is in the informal sector, the CVE set up a digital database on which people without a social security number are able to register for economic support.
While many believe that Morocco's tourism infrastructure, from airlines and bookings to services and facilities, will rebound as demand rebuilds, companies and agencies supporting the industry can assure a strong recovery by consolidating and improving communications platforms that accurately update tourism information.