Maghreb Arab Press

UNICEF Congratulates Morocco Over Preschool Generalization

Skhirat   -  
UNICEF representative in Morocco Regina De Dominicis congratulated Morocco, Wednesday in Skhirat, over integrating preschool in the 2015-2030 strategic vision by the Higher Council of Education, Vocational Training, Higher Education and Scientific Research and in national programs by the concerned ministry.
UNICEF Congratulates Morocco Over Preschool Generalization
18 July 2018

In a speech on the occasion of the launch of the National Program of preschool generalization and development, De Dominicis welcomed the national mobilization on this strategic aspect, calling to focus on the acceleration of generalization, sustainability and the quality of services.

De Dominicis laid emphasis on the quality of services offered to children, saying that early childhood development is one of the most sound investments a country can make to promote equity in society, erase poverty, uphold social justice and ensure economic and human development.

De Dominicis noted that Morocco's progress in giving concrete substance to the right to quality pre-school education in particular, and early childhood development in general, is an important lever for South-South cooperation given Morocco's rich experiences and the challenges that African countries still face in terms of preschool and early childhood education. 

"We are convinced that South-South cooperation can support the acceleration of the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially those related to children, because they are very interdependent and contribute to the achievement of other goals", De Dominicis added.

Last modified : 18 July 2018

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