Enactus Mohammadia School of Engineers (EMI) wins a spot at the 2019 Enactus World Cup; the Enactus Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Rabat comes in second.
Rabat – Once a year, the National Champion Enactus teams from around the world meet at the spectacular Enactus World Cup grand finale.
At the finale, they showcase the results of their community outreach projects to a prominent group of international business leaders.
This year, the Enactus Mohammadia School of Engineers (EMI) managed to proceed to the 2019 Enactus World Cup finale, after its election as the Morocco National Champion Enactus team on Thursday, June 20.
This year’s Vice-champion was the team from the Enactus Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Rabat.
Twelve teams took part in yesterday’s challenging national semi-finals, enthusiastically representing different higher education schools across the country.
The teams proposed around 50 developmental projects in a variety of sectors and, most importantly, hoped to win a well-deserved spot in the grand finale of the 2019 Enactus World Cup.
The national winning team from EMI will represent Morocco at the 2019 Enactus World Cup, to be held in San Jose, USA, as a two-day event on September 16.
Through a written annual report and live audio-visual presentation, the participants will be evaluated on their team’s success at using business concepts to improve the quality of life and standard of living of people in need in their communities.
The Enactus World Cup will once again give the opportunity to the luckiest among the participants to broaden their understanding of social entrepreneurship as well as cultural diversity.