The 12 regions of the Kingdom are developing differently to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This is reflected in the general SDG index (ISODD) published by the Ministry of Economy and Finance. Indeed, in this area, especially in the South, Laayoune-Sakia is separated by Al-Hamra, and then separated by Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab.
Laayoune performs well in most SDGs. It is ranked first in terms of first-class quality education (SDG4) in the second place (SDG1) and health / well-being (SDG3) in poverty eradication. However, the region is struggling with reducing inequalities and eliminating hunger. When it comes to Dakhla-Oued Dahab, it plays a role, particularly in reducing inequalities, in eradicating poverty, water and sanitation. Clean & affordable energy & # 39; industry, innovation and infrastructure. The SDG8, the country's economic center, is second to "decent business and economic growth".
Surprise is Rabat-Sale-Kenitra 7. In fact, poor performance in acquiring SDGs. In the region, SDG6 loses 5 places in "clean water and sanitation" and SDG 7 associated with "clean and affordable energy". It is the last in the reduction of inequalities (-4 locations). The two regions are particularly behind: Draâ-Tafilalet and Béni-Mellal Khenifra. Beni-Mellal Kenifra is ranked 11th and 12th, despite some progress in reducing hunger, health and inequalities.