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Moroccan Magazine Challenge Publishes a List of 60 Women Leaders of Morocco

Moroccan Magazine Challenge Publishes a List of 60 Women Leaders of Morocco

Rabat – Celebrating International Women’s Day, Moroccan magazine Challenge has dedicated this month’s edition to honoring 60 women leaders in Morocco.

The French-speaking magazine has published a list of Moroccan women who stand out for their commitment and achievements. The publication of the list comes a few days before International Women’s Day, which is celebrated on March 8 every year.

Through these 60 profiles, the magazine aims to highlight the key role of women’s leadership in the kingdom. The goal of this initiative is to celebrate women’s outstanding contributions in various fields: from politics, to business, medicine, development, sports and sciences.

This unique edition has recognized 60 women who have gained credibility through their work, and who inspire other women in Morocco and beyond. Hence, the magazine highlights the achievements of their Highnesses Princesses Lalla Salma, Lalla Meryem, Lalla Hasnaa, and Lalla Asmaa; social activist Aicha Ech-chenna; business leader Mrs. Miriem Bensalah; political leader Nabila Mounib, young leader Lamia Bazir, and many other women.

Morocco World News would like to congratulate all the amazing ladies highlighted on this list and hopes their work will catalyze even more progress in our country.

Moroccan Magazine Challenge Publishes a List of 60 Women Leaders of Morocco

The full list of the 60 women leaders is as follows:

H.H. Princess Lalla Salma

H.H. Princess Lalla Meryem

H.H. Princess Lalla Hasnaa

H.H. Princess Lalla Asmaa

Naziha Abakrim

Salwa Akhannouch

Nadia Fettah Alaoui

Soumia Amrani

Yasmina Baddou

Lamia Bazir

Karima Benaich

Souad Benbachir

Amina Benkhadra

Salima Benhima

Dr. Leila Meziane Benjelloun

Fathia Bennis

Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun

Nadia Bernoussi

Nada Biaz

Mbarka Bouaida

Amina Bouayach

Ilham Boumehdi

Zakia Daoud

Aicha Ech-chenna

Latifa Echihabi

Zineb El Adaoui

Monique El Grichi

Hakima El Haite

Nawal El Moutawakil

Ghita Lahlou El Yacoubi

Nadia Fassi Fehri

Ghizlane Guedira

Nadira El Guermai

Kenza Halloul

Nezha Hayat

Milouda Hazib

Ilham Hraoui

Latifa Jbabdi

Ahlam Jebbar

Farida Jirari

Lalla Joumala

Saloua Karkri-Belkeziz

Asmaa Lamrabet

Saida Karim Lamrani

Nadia Laraki

Hakima Lebbar

Amina Lemrini Elouahabi

Amina Maad

Zahra Maafiri

Laila Mamou

Fadwa Megzari

Nabila Mounib

Laila Ouachi

Dayae oudghiri

Fatima Zahra Outaghani

Samira Sitail

Neila Tazi

Mouna Yaacoubi

Faouzia Zaaboul

Rita Maria Zniber

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