Modernizing Morocco's Cafe Culture: The Changing Face of a Social Space

Rabat, July 27 -- A man wakes up and has a leisurely breakfast - he's retired and does not need to rush out the door for work. Eventually, he says goodbye to his wife and children, leaves his home, an... Read More

Jihad Bnimoussa: Providing Emotional Education to Morocco's Youth

Rabat, July 21 -- Jihad Bnimoussa, CEO of InspireCorp, a non-profit organization which aims to build psychological resilience and social and emotional skills amongst Morocco's young people, welcomed m... Read More

WHO Declares Congo Ebola Outbreak International Emergency

Rabat, July 18 -- The World Health Organization (WHO) demanded greater international support for the DRC when it declared the region's Ebola epidemic a Public Health Emergency of International Concern... Read More

Mbarka Bouaida Wins 'Historic' Election as First Woman to Lead Moroccan Region

Rabat, July 9 -- Mbarka Bouaida, an experienced politician, was elected president of the southeast region Guelmim-Oued Noun Friday, July 5. The election makes Bouaida the first woman elected as a regi... Read More

Coffee 'To-Go' in Morocco: A Cafe Culture Expert's Perspective

Rabat, July 7 -- Morocco's cafes don't intend for patrons to take their coffee to-go but instead serve as a central space for leisurely socialization. While walking through any given Moroccan city, o... Read More

Morocco and USAID: Improving Moroccan Citizens' Lives Since 1957

Rabat, July 4 -- Morocco and USAID, a US international development and humanitarian organization, have been working collaboratively on development projects since the 1960s with a particular focus on y... Read More

UK International Schools Seek to Invest in Morocco

Rabat, July 2 -- Ten representatives from the UK education system are visiting Morocco from July 1-4 to meet potential partners and investors with the goal of opening more British schools in Morocco. ... Read More

Health Scare for Tunisia's First Freely-Elected President

Rabat, June 27 -- Tunisia's President Beji Caid Essebsi was taken to a military hospital on Thursday, June 27, after suffering a "severe health crisis," according to the Tunisian presidency's Facebook... Read More

Nordin Amrabat: The Darling of Moroccan Football Fans

Rabat, June 25 -- Known for being a well-liked and respected member of the team, Nordin Amrabat is sometimes called "El Mahgreb," referencing his attachment to Morocco and capturing his popularity amo... Read More

Moroccan Parliamentarian Urges France to Focus on Inequality at Upcoming G7

Rabat, June 24 -- The Parliamentary Network held a one day conference on June 21 in the French Senate, inviting G7 parliamentarians and partner countries to discuss France's priorities in anticipation... Read More