Casablanca — HM King Mohammed VI visited, on Friday at the Casablanca's fairs and exhibitions office, an exhibition of solidarity-based micro-enterprise products, organized by the Mohammed VI Center for Microfinance Support.
This royal gesture confirms the sovereign's interest in promoting a social, solidarity-based economy that is effective, structured and capable of creating jobs and wealth and enhancing local resources and know-how, and shows the monarch's unwavering will to secure for micro-enterprises the ideal conditions to integrate the economic sector.
Built over 600 square meters, this craft fair is the occasion for the attending 160 micro-entrepreneurs to show their know-how, each in his field, share their expertize and bring about synergies for marketing their products.
Dedicated for micro-entrepreneurs from the different Moroccan regions, this exhibition is divided into three areas: clothing/sewing, handicraft/decoration and agriculture/local products.
This craft fair is an addition to the different actions undertaken by the Mohammed VI Center for Microfinance Support to help marketing micro-enterprise products, enhance marketed products and ensure the sustainability of beneficiaries' income, mainly the trade area for solidarity-based micro-enterprise whose building works were launched on Thursday by HM the King at the Oasis neighborhood in Casablanca.