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Retrospective of our commitment during and after Covid-19

Evolution of the Covid-19 Pandemic 

The evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on our society since its emergence. Over the months, there have been many challenges, and the situation has seen significant twists and turns.

Social and Health Impacts in Morocco

In Morocco, like everywhere in the world, the pandemic has had major impacts on daily life. Social distancing measures, lockdowns, and restrictions have changed the way we live. The health and economic sectors have been particularly stressed, requiring rapid adaptation.

Solidarity and Humanitarian Aid Actions

Faced with this health crisis, the Maghreb Secours Association has redoubled its efforts to support the most vulnerable populations. Humanitarian aid actions have been deployed to meet the essential needs of those affected. Solidarity was the driving force behind our commitment.

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Perspectives and Adaptations

To date, the situation remains dynamic, and the outlook for development remains uncertain. Adaptability and collective cooperation continue to be essential to overcoming persistent challenges.

It has now been a year since we faced the coronavirus epidemic, an epidemic which has caused many deaths. Since those days, barrier measures have been introduced: wearing face masks, curfews and even confinement in certain countries which still continues. It's a complicated year for young people, especially with the latest health restrictions put in place to stop the Covid-19 epidemic.

No more courses at university, no more odd jobs, or evenings with friends. For young people, almost all pre-lockdown activities are missing and almost one in two young people are mentally affected by everything that is happening.

Young people have suffered the full brunt of the situation. Many of them recognize a drop in purchasing power since the start of the health crisis, many of them have seen an internship or training canceled, many of them have experienced a romantic breakup or a deterioration in their life as a couple and above all many of them have have had to suffer from job loss or have had difficulty doing their job.

Today, the majority of the population, especially young people, are fed up with all these restrictions and are wondering when the coronavirus will end. In certain cities, several young people have had to commit suicide because they were too oppressed by these restrictions; The population wants to be free.


These confinements and this pandemic greatly worry 70% students who are afraid of encountering difficulties in completing their studies. For young workers, 47% fear having difficulty keeping their job or internship, or finding one.

As a result, it is perfectly clear that of all generations, it is young people who will be most penalized in the future by the consequences of the health crisis and even that they are already penalized at present.


Some governments are mobilizing to eradicate this epidemic via vaccines in order to return to normal, but we are still seeing the presence of variants which could bring us back to reliving the first confinements. So we could expect much more violent repercussions for young people.

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