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South policy Morocco
City of Antwerp
16.01.2015
VLIR-UOS Séminaire Maroc
1) South policy: why?
 Specific Antwerp context
o + 160 nationalities or origins
o Institutions with specific expertise (ITM, AUHA)
o ↗ solidarity (4th pillar or particular initiatives)
o Diaspora: from familiar solidarity -> project work
in countries of origin
 Sustainable South Policy with countries of origin with
involvement of migrant communities
 Strengthening social cohesion in Antwerpen
2) South policy: how?
 Active network: diaspora associations and institutions with
specific expertise  cooperation and exchange
 Stimulate and elaborate common, qualitative and demandoriented development projects
 Role of development cooperation service: matchmaker, coach
and donor
 Sensitization of our South policy to Antwerp population and
target groups.
Geographical en thematical approach
 3 countries: Morocco, Ghana en Congo
 2 subjects: health care and education
3) MOROCCO
Projects: Region Oriental (Oujda, Nador, Berkane)
Farmers’ cooperatives= core
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Training of the members (management)
Material support
Start or development of microfinancing/credit
Business expert visits
 Partners: 5 Antwerp-Moroccan diaspora organizations and
partner cooperatives, local governments & Ormvam,
PUM/Exchange, AUHA (with specific expertise)
 Future/challenges:
 Strengthen market access of cooperatives’ products
 Academic expert visits/exchanges: professionalization
cooperatives
 Involvement of local government through socio-economic
development strategy/plan
Education
 Traineeships student-teachers
 Exchanges of lectors-teachers
 Schooltwinnings
 Partners: AUHA, Education department city of Antwerp,
Antwerp-Moroccan diaspora organizations, AREF
 Future/challenges:
 Strengthen schooltwinnings and traineeships
 Agreement with action plan on specific topics in
alignment with reform and with external fin. means
 Capacity building and exchange on involvement of
parents, early childhood development, teacher
training
Health care
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Health care = nursing and maternity
Traineeships nurses and midwifes
Exchanges lectors-teachers and multidisciplinary training week
Curriculum development
Basic medical training towards villagers
 Partners: AUHA (KdG), Antwerp-Moroccan diaspora
organizations, IFCS Oujda
 Future/challenges:
 Involvement medical department universities
Social sciences
 Exchanges of experts-lectors social sciences universities
Antwerp - UMP Sociologie
 Traineeships students social sciences-social work
 Partners: AUHA (coördination IMaMS), UMP Oujda
 Future/challenges:
 Integration social sciences in economic department UMP
 Linking student traineeships social work-orthopedagogy
with projects diaspora organizations in rural areas
4) MONITORING & EVALUATION
 Monitoring
 Project groups and networks = selfregulating
 Monitoring and evaluation through cooperation agreements with partners
 Advice group of experts
 Evaluation
 In Morocco
 Field visits by (external) partners
 In Antwerpen f.e. = report CeMIS on diaspora and development
cooperation in Antwerpen.
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Profile and motivation
Impact on integration
Cooperation with partners
Recommendations
More info?
Katrien Leemen or Daan Sanders
development cooperation service
City of Antwerpen
03 338 65 13
[email protected]
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