Princess Lalla Hasna, Honorary Chairwoman of the Association for Human Development (Hassanate), has inaugurated a newly renovated health center in Skhirat-Temara prefecture.
Rabat – The healthcare center, Massira II, is part of the Hassanate association’s plan to improve basic health services in addition to the quality of education in the country.
Massira II is equipped with a pharmacy, a vaccination room, a section for “high-risk pregnancies and family planning,” care rooms for children under the age of 5, and a “mother and child” care department.
Renovations also included the installation of new electronic equipment, items of furniture, and reorganization of outdoor spaces in the center.
On the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony, Lalla Hasna hosted the launching of an awareness-raising documentary that will be played on televisions in the center’s waiting rooms to encourage patients to preserve the renovated center.
In addition, the ceremony witnessed the signing of two partnership agreements on healthcare projects.
The first agreement, signed by Dounia Benyaich, President of the Human Development Association “Hassanate” and Ilias El Fali, Executive Director of OCP Group Industrial Operations, focuses on the renovation of four health centers, including a diagnosis center in the province El Jadida.
The second agreement, signed by Dounia Benyaich and Driss El Ouazzani, Director General of Redal, seeks to contribute to the development of health centers under the management of the Hassanate, reported Maghreb Arab Press (MAP).
Established in 2001, the Hassanate association aims to upgrade the standard in Moroccan healthcare centers.
As materialization of the Hassanate’s goal of improving healthcare in Morocco, the newly renovated center includes a room to improve patients reception of a facility for maternal and child health, and a room dedicated to education and prevention workshops.