12 regions have developed in different ways to achieve sustainable development goals (LAGs). This is reflected in the general LNG index published by the Ministry of Economics and Finance (ISODD). Indeed, the area is particularly marked by the southern direction of the path to Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra, followed by Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab.
Laayoune works great in most LNGs. Firstly, it is about quality education (SDG4), secondly, in the area of poverty alleviation (SDG1) and health / well-being (SDG3). The region, however, is struggling with reducing inequalities and eliminating hunger. As regards Dahla-Oued Dahab, this contributes in particular to reducing inequalities, the eradication of poverty, water and sanitation … On the other hand, Casablanca-Settat is ranked first in comparison with SD7, clean and affordable energy and SDG9, the sector of innovation and infrastructure. "The heart of the national economy is the second to SDG8" decent work and economic growth ".
Surprised, Rabat-Sale-Kenitra is the 7th place. Due to the lack of risk, the LNG was marked by insufficient efficiency. The region loses 5 places in relation to SDG6 "clean water and sanitation" and equates to LNG 7 "clean and affordable energy". It is ranked last, reducing inequalities (-4 places). In particular, two regions are lagging behind: Draâ-Tafilalet and Béni-Mellal Khenifra. The first is the 11th century, but Beni-Mellal Kenifra is the 12th year, despite some progress in reducing hunger, health and inequality.