Morocco is making great strides towards an innovative industry

Morocco is making great strides towards an innovative industry
Morocco is making great strides towards an innovative industry

On the road to industrial growth, Morocco is moving forward resolutely. This is confirmed by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Indicator report for the year 2024. Indeed, this source emphasizes that “Morocco is making great strides towards achieving the ninth goal of the SDGs, focused on industry, innovation and infrastructure.”

According to the report of the 7th edition of this indicator, developed by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network in collaboration with the Bertelsmann Foundation, “Morocco stands out in Africa as one of the few countries to maintain a positive trajectory towards the achievement of this crucial objective.” The latter aims to build robust infrastructure, promote sustainable industry, and stimulate innovation.

To accelerate progress towards this ambitious goal, a recent United Nations paper highlights the imperative of coordinating efforts to strengthen an inclusive and sustainable industry. According to observers, “This requires encouraging innovation through increased investment in research and development, defining priorities for an effective and rapid green transition, as well as facilitating access to information and communication technologies.

This integrated approach is crucial for Morocco to consolidate its regional leadership, strengthen its long-term economic resilience, while contributing significantly to the global SDG agenda. However, for the 17 goals set for 2030, Morocco faces challenges, particularly in eradicating poverty and hunger, where it is lagging behind. These difficulties, linked to a lack of financing, geopolitical tensions, and the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, complicate the achievement of these goals, initiated in 2015.

The annual United Nations Sustainable Development Assessment analyzes the progress of the 193 member states in areas such as access to education, health care, clean energy, and biodiversity protection. It helps identify critical areas of states and provides a comprehensive view for foreign investors.

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