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Private Public Partnership: A respected Mali in Casablanca



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Minister of Industry and Investment Development, Moulaye Ahmed Boubacar attended November 12-13 in Casablanca in the second edition of the African Forum on Private Private Partnership. Moulaye Ahmed Boubacar represented the Prime Minister SoumeylouBoubèyeMaïga guest of honor of the event. With the central theme of "Promoting ICTs and Agriculture in Africa through PPPs", this forum is designed to be a catalyst where public and private actors occupy a central place.

The PPP term refers to the contract signed between the private companies of the state to finance, build or manage infrastructure that would highlight the experience of Morocco in this area.

For the organizers, led by Dauda Colibili, CEO of Dancea Colby, CEO of TrainISaly, holding the event in Morocco matches the commitment of His Majesty King Mohammed VI to the South-South cooperation and economic development of the continent. According to him Morocco is a reference in terms of PPP and agriculture. Hence the holding of this forum in Casablanca.

Through this forum, it is possible to create a framework for exchanging views and reflecting on the various issues related to the implementation of infrastructure projects, based on the model of public-private partnership on the continent.

In his speech, the Minister of Industry Development and Investment Promotion welcomed the holding of this forum because, in his opinion, in light of the lack of public resources, it seems that participation of the private sector is essential if we wish to achieve it. This concern is widely accepted by Mali, which views PPP as one of its priorities, and has included it in its institutional development mechanism by creating a PPP unit. It is an ambitious instrument based on effective and transparent interventions.

For Moulay Ahmed Boubacar, Africa is doomed to succeed in developing because it is the only way to fight against illegal immigration, youth unemployment and poverty that hit the continent today.

On the margins of this forum, Minister Moulay Ahmed Boukker held a series of Purim discussions with representatives of the Sherifian government, who invited him to return to reveal these wishes. The Minister also met with heads of large Moroccan groups specializing in industries, investments and renewable energies.

During a festive dinner that was approved in this forum, the Minister of Industry Development and Investment Promotion on behalf of the Prime Minister received a certificate of appreciation for the support of the Malian government in this forum.

DC / MDIPI

Source: September 22

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