In Morocco, companies need an educated and highly skilled workforce to thrive. This is why the EU is providing €83.8 million to ease young Moroccans’ entrance in the workforce, with the support of Delegation of the European Union to Morocco and the EIB. Meet Fatima Zorha Badri. She’s a student in digital engineering and artificial intelligence at the Université Euromed de Fès (UEMF) who is now able to access state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to carry out high-standard research. Students like Fatima will become highly skilled graduates, a highly sought-after asset for employers. With our partners, we are proud to help boost local youth employment in Morocco.