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June 25, 2024

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The Partnership and Economic and Cultural Promotion Department of the Ministry of African Integration and Foreign Affairs recently held a meeting with the Moroccan delegation of the Steering Committee for the FEMMPACT project. The delegation, which included representatives from the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation (AMCI), the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ), and the Social Innovation Lab (SIL) of Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Benguerir (UM6P), is currently in Dakar to finalize the selection process for Senegalese incubators to participate in a capacity-building program for women entrepreneurs.During the meeting, the Senegalese authorities emphasized their commitment to furthering African integration and strengthening South-South partnerships. They also highlighted the importance they place on promoting female entrepreneurship and empowerment for more impactful development. This echoes the vision of President Bassirou Diomaye Faye and the leadership of Minister Yassine Fall in pursuing these goals.The Ministry of African Integration and Foreign Affairs also reiterated their dedication to working tirelessly to enhance cooperation between Senegal and Morocco, under the guidance of President Faye and Minister Fall. The meeting was made possible thanks to the efforts of SEM Hassan Naciri, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Senegal, and his team.This article provides a detailed overview of the recent meeting between the Senegalese authorities and the Moroccan delegation to discuss the FEMMPACT project. It highlights the key points discussed, including the commitment to strengthening partnerships and promoting female entrepreneurship, and also recognizes the efforts of both countries in furthering these goals. The closing statement emphasizes the significance of this meeting and its potential impact on future collaborations between Senegal and Morocco. Overall, the article presents a positive outlook on the outcome of the meeting and showcases the strong relationship between the two countries
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