Strengthening Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Services and Access for Vulnerable Migrants in Morocco
A multi-scale model quantifies the impact of limited movement of the population and mandatory wearing of face masks in containing the COVID-19 epidemic in Morocco
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic emerged in Wuhan, China, in December 2019 and caused a serious threat to global public health. In Morocco, the first confirmed COVID-19 case was reported on March 2, 2020. Since then, several non-pharmaceutical interventions were used to slow down the spread of the disease. In this work, we use a previously developed multi-scale model of COVID-19 transmission dynamics to quantify the effects of restricting population movement and wearing face masks on disease spread in Morocco.
Mathematical modeling of COVID-19 spreading with asymptomatic infected and interacting peoples
In this article we propose a modified compartmental model describing the transmission of COVID-19 in Morocco. It takes account on the asymptomatic people and the strategies involving hospital isolation of the confirmed infected person, quarantine of people contacting them, and home containment of all population to restrict mobility. We establish a relationship between the containment control coefficient c and the basic reproduction number R.
Modeling the impact of unreported cases of the COVID-19 in the North African countries
In this paper, we study a mathematical model investigating the impact of unreported cases of the COVID-19 in three North African countries: Algeria, Egypt, and Morocco. To understand how the population respects the restriction of population mobility implemented in each country, we use Google and Apple’s mobility reports. These mobility reports help to quantify the effect of the population movement restrictions on the evolution of the active infection cases.
Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in morocco: Situation update and proposed remedial measures
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A rapid review of immunisation coverage, vaccine delivery and migration in North Africa amongst migrant populations (PROSPERO 2021 CRD42021256369)
In this systematic review we are trying to answer these specific questions: What is the immunisation coverage among migrant populations in North Africa for key vaccines, and are there variations among migrant subpopulations? Where and by who are vaccines administered to migrant populations? What are the key delivery mechanisms (IOM, NGOs, government structures)? What are the barriers and facilitators to migrant populations accessing vaccines in this region?
Fostering the Health and Protection of Vulnerable Migrants transiting Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Sudan (Phase III)
Improving Protection and Assistance for Migrants Vulnerable to Violence, Exploitation and Abuse in Morocco
Morocco: Voluntary Return and Reintegration for Stranded Migrants (RAISE) – Contribution of Switzerland
The assisted voluntary return and reintegration (AVRR) programme offers three main advantages: - It offers a humane and dignified solution to migrants who find themselves stranded or at risk of being stranded in Morocco, unable to continue their journey towards Europe or to return to their countries of origin, with no alternative to their vulnerable situation. - AVRR is also an essential element for the integrity of migration and asylum systems.