Pharma 5 wins the “Gender Diversity Champion” award

Pharma 5 wins the “Gender Diversity Champion” award
Pharma 5 wins the “Gender Diversity Champion” award

Gender equality constitutes an imperative of social justice and an undeniable guarantee of economic performance. Global inclusion and gender diversity are among the founding principles of the Pharma 5 group. For 40 years, Pharma 5 laboratories have been committed to gender equality and female empowerment; principles defended by their founder, Doctor Abdallah Lahlou-Filali and perpetuated by his daughters Mia Lahlou-Filali and Yasmine Lahlou-Filali.

In 2024, 52% of the team is female, with 50% female managers and a management committee made up of two-thirds women.

In our country, improving economic and social indicators for women remains a priority, and the Pharma 5 group’s commitment extends beyond its managerial and operational teams. Indeed, through the Noufissa Pharma 5 Foundation, the group is increasing its actions and partnerships to advance parity and diversity. It thus joined forces with the UNHCR, by financing part of the “Income Generating Activities for the development of the employability of refugee women in Morocco” program, and also works alongside the Ali Zaoua Foundation and the Center for protection Abdesslam Bennani, by contributing to the financing of the program “Art beyond the walls to help the integration of young girls through culture and intellectual openness”.

“This award salutes the commitment of a man to act in favor of inclusion, in all its forms. From access to healthcare for all in Morocco, in Africa and for Africa, to the empowerment of women… This man is our father, and we pay tribute to him every day because equality for men -woman is a daily cause. This award also reinforces our desire and our commitment to improve the place of women in the professional world in our country. », underlines, on this occasion, Mia Lahlou-Filali, Vice-President of the Pharma 5 group.

The award ceremony took place on Monday, April 29 in Casablanca, on the sidelines of the conference organized by the We4She network under the theme: “Unconscious biases, these stereotypes that create bad gender” in the presence of Maxime Ruszniewski, member of the French High Council for Equality and Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, former French Minister of Women’s Rights. The latter presented the prize to Yasmine Benamour, General Secretary of the Pharma 5 Group.

Founded in 2020, We4She is a network of women leaders working to improve the representation of women in decision-making bodies.

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