Morocco and Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization will jointly develop a practical executive program to promote scientific research for the benefit of member states of the organization.
Rabat – The Moroccan ministry delegate for higher education and scientific research, Driss Ouaouicha, signed the cooperation agreement in Cairo on Tuesday, December 26, with the Director-General of Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO), Mohamed Ould Amar.
The accord aims to strengthen joint cooperation in the promotion of scientific research and the development of higher education programs by organizing joint activities in education, culture, science and vocational training.
Also included in the cooperation is the hosting of forums in Morocco and at the organization’s headquarters in Tunis. There will also be scientific conferences organized by the two parties to benefit from the ALECSO observatory databases and cooperate in capacity building under the UNESCO reference framework.
Under the accord, the two parties undertake to develop a practical executive program to promote scientific research that will benefit member states of the organization.
The agreement, which is part of the organization’s efforts to expand its network in various Arab countries, aims to revive Arab cooperation in the scientific research sector and to ensure that Arab countries benefit from the rich Moroccan experience in the field of scientific research and higher education.