Last updated on November 23, 2022
During this meeting, both parties expressed their commitment to the development of bilateral partnership through mutual programs while stressing the importance of the exchange of expertise between the two countries.
On this occasion, Tricha reiterated the continued commitment of the office to support Guinea in the upgrading of its training system, both in terms of development of the network of institutions and training engineering as well as training and development of trainers and technical-pedagogical staff.
The support of Morocco to Guinea, she said, in training will also involve the development of structures and mechanisms for continuing education to meet the growing needs expressed by Guinean businesses.
This collaboration, she said, would also affect the joint exploration, within the framework of triangular cooperation, of new sources of funding from global donors for the implementation of cooperation projects.
For his part, the Guinean minister welcomed the support of the OFPPT to the development of the vocational training system of his country by rethinking the cooperation and directing it to priority sectors, including agriculture, crafts and the mobilization of OFPPT experts.
Bacar Barry pointed out that in terms of capacity building, Guinea has also relied on the expertise of the OFPPT for the training of 155 trainers through a technical-pedagogical training course lasting 3 years, and this within the framework of the ERAM project with funding from the Saudi Fund and the Islamic Development Bank.
Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse