The Council of the Dakhla-Oued Eddahab meeting on Friday in an extraordinary session in September, approved a draft partnership agreement for the improvement of the urban landscape of the city of Dakhla.
This convention, which was adopted during this session chaired by the president of the Council of the region, Khattat Yanja, in the presence of the wali of the region of Dakhla-Oued Eddahab, governor of the province of Oued Eddahab, Lamine Benomar, aims to strengthen infrastructure and further consolidate the tourist offer in the Pearl of the South.
Members of the Council approved a draft partnership agreement to finance and implement the project relating to the development of seaside at Foum Labouir and the strengthening of Boulevard Mohammed V in Dakhla, requiring a total amount of 72 million dirhams (MDH), of which the contribution of the Regional Council is 40 MDH and the commune of Dakhla (32 MDH).
Concerning the first axis of this agreement linking the wilaya of the region, the Regional Council and the territorial collectivity of Dakhla, it concerns the development of Foum Labouir overlooking the Atlantic Ocean over a length of 2 km , in order to welcome summer visitors and visitors to the city in better conditions.
This project mobilized a budget of 48 million dirhams, of which the contribution of the Council of the region reached 16 million dirhams and the commune of Dakhla (32 million dirhams).
Likewise, they adopted the second part of the agreement relating to the reinforcement of Boulevard Mohammed V in Dakhla which extends over 600 m, requiring a budget of 24 million dirhams, in order to strengthen the crest of the bay of Oued Eddahab and to treat potential leaks of wastewater at this section.
In addition, Council members approved the closure of the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) special account.In this regard, they focused on the progress of the implementation of projects programmed between the Provincial Human Development Committee (CPDH) and the Regional Council under the horizontal program of the INDH, for the years 2016,2017 and 2018.
In this context, a total of 272 projects were presented by social and solidarity economy establishments, cooperatives and associations, for a total amount of MAD 14.2 million, of which 259 projects (plus MAD 13.59 million) were been carried out, benefiting around 1,000 people (103 cooperatives, 124 solidarity companies and 32 associations).
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