Morocco, a land of opportunity for young Africans
Lancinet Kémoko Sidibé is a Guinean entrepreneur and CEO who set up his shea butter and black soap industry in Morocco in 2012. He now sells his products in 15 countries around the world. This cosmetics processing unit in Casablanca has enabled him to make an active social commitment to help Africans struggling as immigrants. Since its creation, around a hundred young people have been able to find employment. In the late 2000s, Morocco became one of the continent's top destinations for foreign direct investment and, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Index, is ranked third in the Middle East and North Africa region.