The Moroccan government recently inaugurated the Mohammedia Student Housing Project, a major university housing project at Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences in Mohammedia City.
The project creates an integrated university district designed to the highest international standards to provide high-quality accommodation for students from areas surrounding the city of Mohammedia in a bid to better enable them to complete their education at Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences, which is affiliated with the Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Foundation in Morocco.
With a capacity to accommodate a total of 866 students, the Mohammedia Student Housing Project features 413 double rooms, 5 triple rooms, and 24 rooms for people of determination spread over three five-story residential buildings. It also comprises 7 supply stores for student essentials, administrative and technical buildings as well as other supporting facilities.
ADFD funds the Mohammedia Student Housing Project
Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) provided US$ 7M in financing for the Mohammedia Student Housing Project, which will provide housing for students and help advance the North African Country government’s strategic investment in the nation’s higher education sector.
“This funding builds on the more than 45-year rich history of strategic partnership between ADFD and Morocco in sustainable development and investment that has crossed over multiple sectors and contributed greatly to the nation’s economic and social growth agenda,” said Mohamed Saif Al Suwaidi, the Director-General of ADFD.