HM King Mohammed VI inaugurated, on Wednesday at the Yaacoub Al Mansour neighborhood in Rabat, the house of diabetic youth, carried out by the Mohammed V Foundation for solidarity for an amount of 5 million dirhams.
This royal gesture shows the sovereign's will to ensure equal access to health care for all segments of society.
Meant to guarantee a better school and social integration for the beneficiaries, the facility will enable to receive and provide medical care, training and information for children with diabetes in the region, give early diagnosis of diabetes degenerative complications for children and youth, as well as offer supervision and training for regional actors in the field of diabetes.
Thanks to an integrated approach gathering health care, psychological follow-up and material help for the poor, the facility will ensure a better quality of life for young beneficiaries.
Built over a surface area of 800 square meters, the new establishment includes a laboratory, a day hospital room and halls for check-ups, ophthalmology, diet, training, and meetings, in addition to a library and offices.
The facility will be managed by the health ministry in partnership with the BADIL association