How to Help the Moroccan Victims of the Earthquake

Written and Published by Said El Mansour Cherkaoui – September 9, 2023

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and individuals who are grieving during this challenging time and with all who have been affected by this earthquake in Morocco.

Our thoughts, hearts, feelings, and spirits go out to the people of Morocco, who are living, sharing, and suffering the effects of devastating earthquakes that have caused a tragic loss of life, injuries, and damages in the rural areas of the Middle-South Atlas Mountains and the old city of Marrakesh.

Said El Mansour Cherkaoui in the Southern Atlas of Morocco Helping the Amazigh Tribes and Children in their traditional schooling in 1992

We have expressed and continue to offer our full support to the Kingdom of Morocco in the wake of this natural catastrophe and environmental disaster.

We also translate our sincere gratitude and admiration to all responders, government personnel and agencies, individual volunteers, emergency squads from Morocco and abroad.

God Bless all the victims, their families, parents, relatives and acquaintances.

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Only 6 Weeks left for The Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) bringing together central bankers, ministers of finance and development, parliamentarians, private sector executives, representatives from civil society organizations, and academics to discuss many topics.

This year’s events will take place in Marrakech, Morocco, from October 9-15, 2023.

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Only 6 Weeks left for The Annual Meetings of the Boards of Governors of The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) bringing together central bankers, ministers of finance and development, parliamentarians, private sector executives, representatives from civil society organizations, and academics to discuss many topics.

This year’s events will take place in Marrakech, Morocco, from October 9-15, 2023.

@Ministère de l’économie et des Finances, IFC – International Finance Corporation

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Morocco Solidarity: Support Earthquake Victims
 Said El Mansour Cherkaoui  September 9, 2023

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Marrakesh and its Region were are concentrated the Earthquake Areas of Repercussions and‘s Destructions

Morocco AM 2023 is in Marrakech, Morocco.

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“The world needs a World Bank. And the question is how to make it run better,” said The World Bank President Ajay Banga

“The World Needs World Bank” and Africa Needs “InterAfrican Social Community Bank of Reconstruction”

by Said El Mansour Cherkaoui – 9/28/2023

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Africa Needs “InterAfrican Social Community Bank of Reconstruction” not Just and more than the African Development Bank (AfDB)

“InterAfrican Social Community Bank of Reconstruction”

By Said El Mansour Cherkaoui – 9/28/2923

Definition and Instruments of Actions and Interventions for The “InterAfrican Social Community Bank of Reconstruction”‘s goals can be summarized and include: 

A multiregional Superintendence of stimulating and increasing the outputs and the productivity of food staples along with the expansion of educational programs that favor and increase the social return and the individual empowerment of communities and self-reliance of tribes in African countries. No bank headquarters should be located anywhere, this institution needs to be located in the regions and near the communities that need its services, support, and orientation as well as investment in education. 

The other areas and domains of intervention can be the following:

– Supporting fragile communities, regions, and ethnic minorities as well as their cultures and means of living

– Strengthening local not export agriculture and guaranteeing through direct Research and Development to increase the transformation of saline waters and agricultural productivity without Chemical to build and assure FOOD SOVEREIGNTY of communities, regions, and ethnic tribes

– To protect and promote the preservation of the most distinguished aspects and characteristics identities of their culture and means of living

– Implementing Study and Educational Programs to increase literacy and to create jobs in accordance with this educational policy

– Workforce Program Development adapted to the local economic socio-cultural and eco-financial conditions as well as the level of modernization conditions, see our training programs on Entrepreneurship at and / en Français:

– Stimulating trade and exchange of ideas and opportunities with other regions of the country to reduce the formation of enclaves and isolation

  • The “InterAfrican Social Community Bank of Reconstruction” subscription to its capital should be from the State and transformed and vested in community ownership and the employee’s ownership to maintain the financial independence and the autonomy of the strategic management of this Superintendence.
  • The “InterAfrican Social Community Bank of Reconstruction” mobilizes resources from within and outside of its spheres of action and operations.

Morocco’s Earthquake

The actual earthquake that devastated regions and local communities enclaved in their territories like in their own production. These enclaves are a distinct territorial, Amazigh cultural, and with social groups within a cohesive community of local and ancestral traditional heritages. 

We are in the presence of destructured productive and interacting units with self-reliance and self-distribution of functions and roles within sectors and areas of pastoral and agricultural operations. The only other options is the rural exodus to the surrounding cities and to foreign countries. The large scale of the damages inflicted on these communities is double sword reality that can stimulate the exodus at the same time with the large important reconstruction can be a locomotive to the transformative and modernizing trend that can take place in these regions.

Within these imperatives, the “InterAfrican Social Community Bank of Reconstruction” can be established with a regional network that focused and leveraged the reconstruction not just of habitations but of the entire physical and logistical infrastructure necessary to disenclave remote villages as suffering regions not just from the aftermath of the recent cataclysmic Earthquake in the Haouz, Marrakech Region but more importantly to set new regional policy of empowerment and redefinition of the regions.

A new frame of authentic national and local growth of the Moroccan potential and capacities to be self-reliant and self-sustained economic and productive regional segments of regional and national policy of locally based growth conditions and nationally driven development realizations.

This process of redefinition of regional priorities can lead to integration for the local communities with cohesive and self-reliance policy based on the distribution of building capacities that can be the vectors for the reconstruction strategy and the stimulation of local and regional creation of local added-value agricultural, artisanal and semi-industrial productions based on community-oriented work and productivity.

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Africa Destiny: U.S. Business, Trade and Diplomacy in Africa

Africa Destiny in the New World Economy

 Said El Mansour Cherkaoui  August 3, 2022

Profile of Africa

The United States and Africa have a strong relationship that includes trade, investment, and development. The U.S. government has helped close more than 800 trade and investment deals in 47 African countries since 2021, with an estimated value of over $18 billion. The U.S. private sector has also closed investment deals in Africa valued at $8.6 billion. 

The U.S. and Africa also have common development objectives, including: 

  • Building institutions
  • Strengthening the rule of law
  • Building the capacity of African countries to stand on their own
  • Supporting democracy
  • Providing technical assistance to boost African countries’ resilience against climate change

The U.S. government also incentivizes good governance to meet long term security and development goals. The U.S. has provided more than $4 billion in humanitarian assistance this fiscal year to respond to the needs of refugees, internally displaced persons, and people affected by conflict and crisis on the African continent. 

Based on the generic assumption of the major media outlets, Africa still has vast, undeveloped natural resources. Private sector expertise in the United States can facilitate the responsible development of those resources, helping bring more Africans out of poverty to share in the economic values of those resources.

The United States and Africa have a strong relationship, particularly in the areas of health, security, and trade. The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) has increased trade between the two countries, creating thousands of jobs in both regions. The U.S. government trade program allows countries in sub-Saharan Africa to export products to the United States tariff-free. 

The United States has also provided over 200 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Africa. Closing critical gaps in African countries’ pandemic preparedness and response capacities is essential for U.S. and global health security. 

The United States and South Africa have built a solid bilateral relationship since South Africa’s transition to democracy in 1994. The two countries collaborate in areas such as health, education, environment, and digital economy. 

The United States welcomes the African Continental Free Trade Area because it wants to see Africa’s economic power in the world grow.

The United States of Africa is a hypothetical concept that envisions a federation of all or some of the 54 sovereign states and two disputed states on the continent of Africa. The concept originated from Marcus Garvey’s 1924 poem “Hail, United States of Africa”. 

The idea of a united Africa has been a constant theme since the earliest days of pan-Africanism. Pan-Africanism is a cultural, political, and economic ideal and movement that aims to mobilize Africans against racial discrimination, foreign domination, and economic exploitation. 

In the late 1990s, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya began propagating his vision of a unified Africa. His ideas inspired leaders across the continent, eventually forming the African Union. 

North Africa: Morocco

The US’s interests in North Africa are largely due to the region’s strategic location. North Africa is located on the southern coast of the Mediterranean. 

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North Africa is a prosperous region that generates one-third of Africa’s GDP.  North Africa is one of the wealthiest regions of Africa. 

The region is prosperous due to its proximity to European markets and its natural resources. Libya often has the highest GDP per capita of the continent because it produces large amounts of petroleum. 

The wealthiest countries in Africa are South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco, and Kenya. 

The region is located at the intersection of the Arab world and Africa.  North Africa is a major part of the Muslim world.  The predominant ethnic groups are Arabs and Moors. Islam is the biggest religion in North Africa. 

The political situation in North Africa is important to the United States for a number of reasons, including: 

  • Strategic importance: North Africa is located at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
  • Military and security concerns: The United States and Europe have military and security concerns in the region.
  • Economic interests: The United States and Europe have economic interests in the region.
  • Global interests: Future trends in the region will affect global U.S. interests.
  • Shared values: The United States and Italy support North African countries in developing solutions to internal and regional turmoil.

The Maghreb states of North Africa have been marginal to U.S. strategy for decades. However, changes in the region since early 2011 have made it increasingly central to a wide range of U.S. interests. 

The United States and Europe have political and economic interests in the region. The increasing involvement of Russia and China in the region has also increased the importance of the North African region to Western capitals.

Interests in North Africa, including: 

  • Security Stability and progress in North Africa strengthen the US’s global security interests.
  • TradeThe US is looking to revitalize its economic engagement with Africa.
  • Humanitarian assistanceThe US has provided $2 billion in humanitarian assistance to African nations.
  • EducationThe US private sector plays a role in advancing US relations and goals in the region.

The US cannot force political decisions or set local agendas in North Africa. However, it can support countries during historic changes. The US’s interests in North Africa include Security, Counterterrorism, and Diplomacy. 

U.S. – Morocco Business, Trade and Diplomacy Relationships