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Humanity & Inclusion in Morocco

Humanity & Inclusion’s began working in Morocco in 1993, promoting the social inclusion of the most vulnerable people and to improve their living conditions by advancing their rights and ensuring their needs are taken into account. 

According to a National Disability Survey, one in four households is affected by disability.

Though Morocco’s transition towards democracy has gained considerable momentum since 2011, much progress towards equality for people with disabilities has yet to be made.

Our Current Work

Our team in Morocco is composed of 20 staff members who work diligently to:


In partnership with the Ministry of Health, Humanity & Inclusion improves access to rights and quality of life for people with disabilities and their families and promotes their self-reliance by providing occupational therapy. The organization provides technical, financial and organizational support to the Ministry of Health.

Support Migrants

Humanity & Inclusion works to improve living conditions and reduce the vulnerability of migrants from Ouled Ziane camp in Casablanca during the winter period.

Social, Economic, and Educational Inclusion

In the city of Salé and region of Souss-Massa-Drâa, Humanity & Inclusion promotes the access of adults and children with disabilities to local educational, health, vocational, and administration systems. In Salé, awareness campaigns target the general public on inclusive education and sponsors debates and events on child education. 

Organizations in the region also receive guidance on setting up support and career advisory services for people with disabilities.

Our Past Work

Humanity & Inclusion has been in Morocco for more than 26 years, fostering a culture of dignity, access, and inclusion for ALL people with disabilities and who are vulnerable. Over time, we have evolved our work to meet the dynamic needs of the communities where we serve. 

Read on to learn more about our past work in Morocco and consider investing in our future.

Supporting Organizations for People with Disabilities (OPDs or DPOs)

Humanity & Inclusion built the capacities of organizations working in aid of people with disabilities to ensure they are better able to take into account the needs of people with disabilities.

Go to the Vote Project 

Humanity & Inclusion started the Go To The Vote Project to  encourage political involvement from people with disabilities on a national level. 

The program also works with local organizations for people with disabilities, electoral commissions, and political parties to:

  1. Change the perception of disability
  2. Promote the accessibility of people with disabilities to elections 
  3. Ensure that disability is taken into account in electoral programs

Accessibility in Public Spaces

In the city of Tetouan, Humanity & Inclusion began cooperating with the CRPD (Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities) to improve physical accessibility for people with disabilities 


ADDOHA Foundation
Finland Ministries
French Development Agency
Bruxelles Capital
European Commission
Monaco Gouvernement Princier
OCP Foundation
Rhone Alpes

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