After El Jadida, it is Laâyoune cooperative’s turn to devote itself to making protective masks against COVID-19.
Resilience remains the watchword for the Group's industrial teams during this period. The pace of industrial sites is still as high as ever. At the Jorf Lasfar site, the rehabilitation of the sulfur melting points is in full swing, the port not having been affected by the COVID crisis.
It is in Boucraâ that the Group's new initiative to continue protecting collaborators is born: a temperature control portal by imagery. Collaborators from southern Morocco are once again participating in the effort to fight COVID-19 by innovating in favor of our health.
Getting the right information to landlocked populations remains difficult in this period of health crisis. On our continent, people living in isolated places or poorly connected to the means of communication find it difficult to grasp all the information on this pandemic.
With the support of the OCP Group and its Foundation, the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) and the Institut Pasteur du Maroc (IPM) have just signed an agreement to contribute to the development of the national virology research capacity by pooling their resources and means.
New volunteers are joining the fight against the pandemic of coronavirus, following the actions and measures launched by the OCP Group to stop its spread. These are multidisciplinary research teams from the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P).