This resource is the twelfth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It includes three fieldtrip sessions: visit to a family planning center, visit to hospitals and visit to police stations.
The objective of this lecture was to discuss issues related to the concept of identity and how it is related to the field of civic engagement. Key points include the concept of identity, civic and minority ethnic nationalism, and building civic identity.
This presentation has eight sections: 1) Credit Culture & The Risk Management Process; 2) Due Diligence & Data Expectations; 3) Underwriting & Credit Analysis Concepts; 4) Financial Analysis & Cash Flow Concepts; 5) Credit Structuring & Covenants; 6) The Risk Rating Process, Monitoring and Early Warning Signs; and 8) Asset-Based (Formula) Lending. It refers to handouts that are also included in this series.
Ce curriculum résume les 11 sessions du cours universitaire de Ben Msik sur l’éducation civique. Il comprend les objectifs de chaque session, les idées principales et des exercices. Plusieurs sessions sont en français et en arabe.
This brief presentation from the Fintech Catalyst program highlights recruitment strategy, such as treating candidates like customers, implementing an employee referral program, using social media, creating compelling job descriptions, making use of sponsored jobs and checking resumes posted online.
Mobile app development company Devgator worked with Moroccan NGO CPRPD to build an app allowing the disabled community to access information about disability friendly public/ private resources nearby, also offering users the opportunity to rate and record their experiences with local services. This tool is available in French, Arabic and English and is not Morocco specific - it could be deployed in any geography.