Morocco advances six points in an international ranking for measuring the inclusion of women and children

Afaf Fahchouch
Afaf Fahchouch
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 “We are the World” index which measures the extent to which women and children are integrated into various fields rated Morocco 100th, With an average score of 70.6 points in the list of countries that have achieved “sufficient integratio”.

According to the international index, Morocco has advanced six points since 2015 but remained in a lagging rank compared to the East and North African countries.

The United Arab Emirates ranked 44th internationally, Saudi Arabia ranked 52, Bahrain ranked 66, Qatar ranked 69 and Kuwait ranked 72, followed by Oman Then Tunisia, Jordan and Lebanon.

Overall, The index monitors the living conditions of women and children in about 170 countries worldwide, taking into account their inclusion in social, economic, political and environmental.

The report affirmed that over the course of nearly a decade, not much has changed and the world has not seen significant improvements, also the northern Europe remains the most inclusive regions for women and children, the same applies to countries at the bottom of the ranking.

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