A report from the National Observatory for Human Development indicates that Morocco will need nearly 41 years to reduce spatial disparities. It reveals, moreover, that it will take thirty years to reform education and twenty years to improve the standard of living of the population.
The National Observatory for Human Development (ONDH) has published a report, at least pessimistic, on growth in our country. According to this report, the pace of development of Morocco has not stopped decreasing significantly since 2011. The document revealed that since 2010, the kingdom loses 30% of its potential annually to achieve human development.
The over 250-page document relies on a large amount of data and statistics to conclude that it is impossible to take off any development in the near future. The challenge of achieving this goal faces many challenges and obstacles. A situation that requires developing, in the immediate future, the vision of a new model of development. The study, which runs from 2000 to 2015, reveals that Morocco needs nearly 41 years to reduce the glaring spatial disparities and achieve social cohesion. In addition, the report adds, three decades to reform education and twenty years to improve the standard of living of the population.
The report focused on the sustained increase in development inequality which reached 29.5% in 2015, ie 1.3 points more than the world average. Statistical data covered six indicators relating to health, education, income, standard of living, social cohesion, human security and comfort. The report noted the lack of coordination and governance in the various public social policies that have reduced the social cohesion rate to 0.3%. A situation that creates a feeling of poverty in 43% of Moroccan families who live a feeling of insecurity, social instability and who fear the future.
The report considers inequalities and disparities as a threat to development and a discrediting of institutions that embody justice and social cohesion. The National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) aims to combat poverty, precariousness and social exclusion and to involve concerned citizens in determining their needs in order to achieve them. The INDH also aims to establish good governance and involve all stakeholders in decision-making.