Quenching Their Thirst: Morocco Brings Water to Rural Citizens
Accessing potable water in rural Morocco was an ordeal that damaged public health and kept many girls too busy for school. With the implementation of targeted reforms, the percentage of rural Moroccans with some access to potable water has soared from 61 percent in 2004 to 94 percent today. The latest case study produced by Innovations for Successful Societies explores the reforms which have brought water to 12 million Moroccans, allowing young Moroccans to spend more time in school. Full case study.