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Morocco’s OCP Joins World Economic Forum

Morocco’s giant fertilizer group OCP announced on Tuesday joining the World Economic Forum (WEF), saying the decision reflects its “approach and commitment to support and act for a sustainable future.

With more than 2500 partners spread around the world in a wide range of sectors, the WEF offers a lively platform for exploring the state of the global economy and discussing ways of tackling the world’s most pressing challenges.

OCP Group said in a press statement that its partnership with the WEF will further consolidate its leadership position in Africa.

“OCP strengthens its position as an African player with its partnership with the WEF,” stated the Moroccan company.

Rabat – Morocco’s giant fertilizer group OCP announced on Tuesday joining the World Economic Forum (WEF), saying the decision reflects its “approach and commitment to support and act for a sustainable future.”

With more than 2500 partners spread around the world in a wide range of sectors, the WEF offers a lively platform for exploring the state of the global economy and discussing ways of tackling the world’s most pressing challenges.

OCP Group said in a press statement that its partnership with the WEF will further consolidate its leadership position in Africa.

“OCP strengthens its position as an African player with its partnership with the WEF,” stated the Moroccan company.

It added that partners of the WEF participate in cross-sector and cross-regional exchanges to understand the main disruptions of their industries, to shape the environmental and social governance, and “lead influential coalitions

The decision to join the WEF is part of a broader commitment to participate in discussions on global cooperation and innovation, noted OCP Group, emphasizing the partnership reflects its commitment to a green future.

OCP Group has in recent years renewed its devotion to sustainability, including investments in “smart agriculture” to address food insecurity challenges.

Aiming for sustainable regional and continental agriculture, OCP’s priorities include contributing to preserving food security in Africa by introducing small-scale farmers to state-of-art agricultural methods and promoting smart agriculture in the continent.

Since its establishment, OCP Africa has launched several initiatives to address the challenges of population growth by making African agriculture more productive, sustainable, and profitable for farmers.

“By joining the WEF, OCP will participate in discussions that address global cooperation; economic rebalancing; society and equity; nature, food and climate; industry transformation; and innovation, shape the agenda and potentially partner with other companies on independent projects,” concluded the Moroccan company.

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