Rabat - The gender wage gap in Morocco is still well and alive. Moroccan women earn about 17 percent less than men, a number than has been revealed in a study conducted by the Moroccan Directorate of Financial Studies and Forecasting (DEPF), in a collaboration with the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the OCP Policy Center.

Gender Inequality in Morocco Impacts Slow Growth of the Economy
Chaima Lahsini is freelance journalist and activist with the Al-Fam collective in Rabat.