22 years of King Mohammed VI reign, a social revolution of reforms lead to social insurance for Moroccans

If there is a significant description for King Mohammed VI’s reign, we will find no better than the social revolution pioneered by the King from the initial periods, whereas he is described as the King of the Poor, considering his interest and proximity to his people, particularly the poor people.
The king’s actions were directed at all cities and villages. His marks are being found in each and every alley. Tens of thousands of projects have emerged to save millions of Moroccans from poverty and to provide young people with opportunities to be self-sufficient.
The National Human Development Initiative (INDH), a strategic-vision royal initiative, has been able to steer millions of cans down the path of development, tend to result in the implementation of a range of social development factors adopted by the United Nations.
Thus, the royal aspiration to improve the standard of living of cans persisted till it was crowned by a decision on the mainstreaming of social security that could be described as “revolutionary.”
In the project’s details, compulsory health insurance, family benefits, the retirement system, and access to compensation for loss of employment will be expanded to all citizens.
The project will aim involve 800,000 merchants and manufacturers in this insurance throughout the first quarter of 2021, and 1.6 million farmers and 500,000 traditional manufacturers between the second and third quarters of the same year.
During the period from the third quarter of 2021 to the last quarter of the same year, it should include 220,000 transportation professionals and 80,000 self-employed and legislated professionals. The state will pay for the total integration of the approximate 11 million targeted beneficiaries who profit from the medical assistance program.

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