Marrakesh – Jassim and Hamad Bin Jassim Charitable Foundation has launched a number of development projects in health and educational fields in the Kingdom of Morocco, in the presence of officials from both sides.

The projects, to be implemented over five years, include a public hospital in Marrakech, another hospital in Safi city, a university in Essaouira city, five dialysis centers in different parts of Marrakech-Safi region, a large mosque in Marrakech, in addition to a clinic and a dialysis center in /Sebt Gzoula/ in Safi city, and a rehabilitation center for the disabled in the city of Marrakech.

Sheikh Nawaf bin Jassim bin Jabor Al-Thani, Chairman of Jassim and Hamad Bin Jassim Foundation, said during the inauguration ceremony that the Foundation pays great attention to human development. This is the approach of the State of Qatar under the leadership of HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, he added.

“The Foundation firmly believes that health and education are the basis for progress and development of any human society” he said, adding this why the Foundation strived to implement these projects such as hospitals, dialysis centers a university and others.

Saeed Mathkar Al Hajri, Board Member and CEO of Jassim and Hamad Bin Jassim Foundation, said that the projects that have been launched will be implemented over five years, pointing out that these development projects will benefit all people in the cities through the provision of high humanitarian services that strengthen fraternal relations with Morocco and further cement humanitarian cooperation.

For their part, governor of Marrakech-Safi Abdelfattah Bjioui and Ahmed Akhshishin, head of the Marrakesh region, commended the Qatari efforts to establish these health and education projects for the sake of the residents of Marrakech-Safi.

They further stressed that these projects reflect the depth of fraternal relations between Morocco and Qatar, which continued to grow in various fields thanks to the directives of the leaderships of the two brotherly countries.

Source: Qatar News Agency