Several housing and urban development projects opened in Morocco
Morocco's King Mohammed VI opened on Tuesday several projects in the fields of housing and urban development in the kingdom's central town of Meknes.
According to MAP, the housing project, includes the building of low cost houses to the benefit of some 800 households to be relocated out of shantytowns around Meknes.
The urban development project of Meknes also includes the creation of new tourist zones.
In the Toulal and Ouislane districts, the king launched two urban development projects which will cost MD 1.1 billion (about US$100 million).
The Moroccan king also inaugurated the Paediatrics regional hospital “Pagnon” which will cost MD13.7 million (about US$ 1.3 million). (menareport.com)
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