Tetouan — HM King Mohammed VI, accompanied by HRH Princess Lalla Malika inaugurated, on Friday in Tetouan, HRH Princess Lalla Malika center for training health volunteers and professionals, to be built for a total cost of 9.1 million dirhams.
- HRH Princess Lalla Malika Center is an embodiment of the Moroccan Red Crescent policy aiming to reinforce health training institutions.
- The center will provide training to 350 students.
After unveiling the commemorative plaque and cutting the symbolic ribbon, the Sovereign toured the different facilities of the new Center which is designed to provide training in first aid, nursing and sanitary techniques.
The Center, to be achieved as part of the Moroccan Red Crescent policy to reinforce health training institutions, will substitute the existing nursing training school at the Moroccan Red Crescent hospital in Tetouan.
The equipment and design of the new Center will enable improving the training provided by the school so far as well as diversifying and increasing the number of beneficiaries, which will jump from 150 to 350 students annually.
Built over an area of 1,638 square meters, HRH Princess Lalla Malika Center will house a dormitory, an amphitheatre, four classrooms, a library, a computer hall, administration offices, a kitchen and a refectory.
On this occasion, HRH Princess Lalla Malika, Chairwoman of the Moroccan Red Crescent, handed HM the King a book on the activities of the organization.