Tunisia Trains first set of Drone pilots for agricultural productivity By thespecimennews on December 14, 2018 The training which focused on handling, maintenance and the security aspects of flying drones, took place in Tunis from 19-30 November 2018 Eight pilots have successfully passed their drone flight training in Tunisia following a two-week intensive training period […]
With the oil price fall having the effect of levelling the Maghreb countries chances to meet budgets aspirations, Morocco seem to have found the secret to an effectively generalised and low cost development of its youth. This article of Devex of September 6th, 2016, gives a pretty clear picture of the country’s fun ride towards finding MOROCCO’s Entrepreneurial and Innovative Solutions to every social challenge.
Oussayd Bouayad balances his computer on his lap while lounging on a well-worn couch. The telltale long tables and mismatched chairs of a coworking space litter the room. The building, located in an alley near Rabat’s rambling medina, is the headquarters of the Moroccan Center for Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, a 4-year-old nonprofit that’s assigned itself the overwhelming task of “finding entrepreneurial and innovative solutions to every social challenge in Morocco.”
On the MCISE COO’s computer screen are the inner workings of what will be Morocco’s first pre-sale crowdfunding platform, he told Devex.
The platform — named Wuluj, or “access”— will act much like an e-commerce site. Pre-orders allow consumers to guarantee immediate shipment on release . . .