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    Morocco and the EIB

    The EIB has worked with Morocco since 1979, making the country a long-standing partner in the Southern Neighbourhood. The Bank operates in the country in line with the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and other EU bilateral agreements.

    Our operations improve people’s daily lives, from clean water and energy supply for local homes to a new tramline of 17 kilometres in Casablanca serving over one million people. We also finance sustainable climate investments, provide liquidity for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), and reinforce financial and microfinance institutions to help women and vulnerable populations. For example, through the Risk Capital Facility, we support microfinance via Al Amana and Jaida. Our investments help foster development and promote inclusive growth for all Moroccans.

    In response to COVID-19, the EIB has provided a €200 million loan to help Morocco fight the pandemic. Our funding has contributed to better health services and working conditions. An EU grant of €500 000 also financed 3D printers to produce reusable protective medical masks for hospitals, as well as IT equipment for students to ensure continued education.

    At a glance

    The EIB provides finance and expertise
    for sound and sustainable investment projects in Morocco.

    EIB stories in Morocco

    General stories speak louder than general policies.
    Discover how EIB activities have improved the quality of life in Morocco.

    Do you need a loan to finance your project?

    If you are a public authority and need a loan over €25m
    Contact our local office 

    If you need a loan below €25m
    Contact our local partners

    Do you have a question?

    For enquiries regarding the financing facilities, activity, organisation and objectives of the EIB.
    Contact the Information Desk

    Tel. +352 4379-22000
    Frequently asked questions

    Are you a journalist?

    Contact our press officer

    Press office
    Tel.  +352 4379-21000
    press@eib.org
    www.eib.org/press