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 taroudant press : After reaching '200 goals' | Harry Kane: This is a wonderful achievement .. I don't care about numbers and statistics

Rabat - 'Our collective responsibility is to develop our approach to rehabilitating cities according to a forward-looking and proactive approach that enables the preparation of future territorial areas to promote coexistence and live better,' said the Minister of National Territory Preparation, Reconstruction, Housing and City Policy, Nozha Bouchareb, today, Wednesday, in Rabat.


  In a speech at an international symposium organized by the Ministry of National Territory Preparation, Reconstruction, Housing and City Policy and the Ministry of the Interior in partnership with the United African Cities and Local Governments (AfriCity) and the United Nations Human Settlements Program, Ms. Bouchareb emphasized that the matter is related to re-adapting territorial planning and aligning it with the stakes of developments. And the development of strategic governance, the development of mechanisms for financing urban expansion, and the strengthening of real estate planning and engineering capabilities and re-locating the actors on the right scale.


 During this meeting organized at the same time in an audience and from a distance, on the occasion of the World Cities Day 2020, under the slogan 'The best city, for the best life: valuing our communities and cities', the Minister considered that visualizing and thinking about the city of tomorrow is a response to the new requirements in the field of habitability , Which calls for the crystallization of new patterns of housing intervention and display.


She highlighted, in this context, that the new generation of housing must be accessible and accessible, and meet the expectations of citizens, in addition to its goal of accommodating the deficit associated with housing, the requirements of quality and adequate housing, and providing safety conditions and access to proximity services.


 She stressed that the matter is not related to a simple ambition, 'rather, it is a collective and citizen aspiration, a fundamental bet in our society, and it is also a horizon that directs public action,' adding that renewing the foundations of the national urban policy through reforming the territorial planning system is a priority.


 For his part, the President of the Association of Presidents of the Regions of Morocco, Mr. Amhanand to El-Ansar, confirmed that the city is able to meet the challenges of the future, and there is a correlation between the land areas, whether at the level of metropolitan areas or villages, indicating the direct impact of the city on the village.


 He continued by saying that the management of urban areas must take into account all dimensions of development, adding that the authorities are concerned with considering the need for a number of areas for reconstruction, rational management and rational development, stressing the need to radically review the development system and choose systems that respect the environment in urban and rural development As well as envisioning future cities.


 As for the President of the World Organization of Cities and United Local Governments, Muhammad Boudra, he in turn highlighted that the pandemic confirmed that local groups are at the center of the struggle to combat health and vulnerability crises, and their importance in cleansing residential spaces and communities and providing proximity services to citizens, stressing the need to strengthen the role of the local team In the optimal management of local communities, and thus strengthening the resilience of cities to all disasters, including health crises.


 He pointed out that this crisis shed light on the importance of local work, the role of public services, awareness of citizens, as well as support for the population, pointing out that cities will not remain, after the 'Covid 19' pandemic, in their current state, given the peculiarities this health crisis has shown at the level of care for vulnerable social groups. Suffering from poverty, marginalization, and housing-related problems, particularly during quarantine.


For her part, the Executive Director of the United Nations Human Settlements Program, Maymouna Cherif, appreciated the efforts of the Moroccan government and the Ministry of National Territory Preparation, Reconstruction, Housing, and City Policy in order to confront the pandemic, and their sharing of experiences and best practices with partner countries, considering that Morocco is a key partner in the UN housing program. 2020-2023, and it is considered one of the first countries to adopt the pillars of the sustainable development goals.


 After confirming that the 'Covid 19' pandemic has redesigned cities and facilities in the world in an unprecedented way, Mrs. Sherif paused at the challenges associated with managing cities, represented in sustainability and ensuring the achievement of all sustainable development goals, as well as the need to take minorities into account in city and urban policy. , Stressing that cities represent a great opportunity to ensure sustainable development across the world.


The organization of this symposium is the culmination of a series of meetings organized by the Ministry of National Territory Preparation, Reconstruction, Housing and City Policy according to a program to implement the new agenda for cities, which was adopted at the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Third Housing), in Quito (Ecuador) on October 20 2016..



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