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Social protection: 22 executive decisions were issued allowing 11 million citizens to benefit from health insurance (Akhnoush) – Atlasinfo

Speaking during a meeting with the heads of the Chambers of Agriculture and Chambers of Handicrafts on the generalization of social protection, Mr. Akhannouch announced that the Compulsory Health Insurance (AMO) system is based on the principle of solidarity between the contributions of the self-employed, private sector employees and public sector employees, referring to a press release issued by Head of the government department.

He explained that this meeting falls within a series of meetings dedicated to following up on the dissemination of social protection projects, according to the dates set by the high directives of His Majesty the King, may God protect him.

At the beginning of the meeting, the Head of Government recalled the steps taken by the government since the beginning of its mandate regarding the implementation of the royal project to generalize social protection for all Moroccans, especially in its relevant components. Universal compulsory basic health insurance by the end of 2022.

He stressed that the achievements of the beneficiaries of the “RAMID” system will continue to be preserved and will be further enhanced within the framework of the compulsory health insurance.

On this occasion, Mr. Akhannouch called on the various actors and partners in the agricultural and artisanal sectors to be fully committed to the success of this important royal project, stressing the need for collective mobilization to spread awareness among citizens and citizens. Concerned about the importance of full support for this major royal project.

In addition, representatives of the Chambers of Agriculture and the Chambers of Craft expressed their full readiness to commit to the success of this project and to mobilize all necessary frameworks and means to educate workers in the sectors of agriculture and traditional industries. Crafts about the benefits of enrolling in the compulsory basic health insurance, because of its great importance in preserving their dignity.

The meeting was attended by the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Abdel-Wafi Laftit, the Minister of Health and Social Protection, Mr. Khaled Ait Taleb, and the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Rural Development, Water and Forests, Mr. Mohamed Seddiqi. The Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts and Solidarity Economy, Mrs. Fatima Zahra Omar, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Economy and Finance in charge of the budget, Mr. Fawzi Lekjaa, and Director General of the National Statistics Council. President of the Moroccan Federation of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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