First, help yourself – A Moroccan leader on coping with life after Covid

Jun 11, 2020

In this episode of the podcast, Ahmed Reda Chami discussed the challenges facing his country as well as the rest of Africa.

Like everywhere else, Morocco must cope with the potentially overwhelming health, economic and political consequences of the pandemic.  But unlike most places, the country has a well-designed, focused strategy to mitigate the worst of what is happening and, possibly, to position itself—and the rest of Africa—for a better future.

In this episode of the Tällberg Foundation’s New Thinking for a New World podcast, Ahmed Reda Chami—President of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council of Morocco—discussed the challenges facing his country as well as the rest of Africa.

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