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Fondation Coeur Maghrébin

Martin de Waziers
Rue de la Concorde 36
1050 Ixelles, Belgique

100% of donations we receive are used to fund the works of the Fundation, excluding any other costs!

" The Mediterranean se ais a machin for manufacturing of civilization. "

Paul Valéry

Reports on Human Development, annually sponsored by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) since 1990, celebrated their 20th anniversary with the 2010 Report, entitled "The Real Wealth of Nations: Pathways to Human Development". "Human development distinguishes itself from economic growth, and significant progresses are possible without rapid growth," said Jeni Klugman, main author. "This work has also opened new perspectives on the best performing countries, as well as changes on forms and ways of progress."

The "10 best performing countries" highlighted in the Report 2010 - those that, among the 135, have made most progress in terms of HDI over the past 40 years - were headed to Oman, which over decades, has invested its energy revenues in education and public health. The nine other "best performing countries" are China, Nepal, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Laos, Tunisia, South Korea, Algeria and Morocco. The idea of the Foundation is to create economies of scale, both in terms of financing and trainings, like the great initiatives that led to swarm principles such as microcredit.

Besides, nothing says that such an initiative should be the sole prerogative of Morocco, if we are to believe recent efforts of the Maghreb’s Council of Ministers about housing and urban planning; any effort to bring Maghreb’s people together can only be good and we can dream of a time when an initiative based on Culture and Employment will spread, regardless of political pressures that prevent the country closer. Good will has always been the basis of best unions.





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