Although Morocco is in a lot better condition than most countries in Africa, a lot of people are uneducated on the fact that it still has a few problems, education being a very common one. The ages in Morocco can vary but 15-64 years holds the most common age range. Surprisingly the life expectancy rate in Morocco can vary from 73-79 years depending on sex. The very common Moroccan religions are, but not limited to, Muslim, Christian, and Jewish. In my research I found that the most common languages spoken in Morocco are Arabic, and French. One of the reasons I really wanted to focus on the poor education in Morocco is the simple fact that people commonly at the old age of 15 and over can read and write. Morocco has a reported unemployment rate of 9.1% recorded in 2009, which is not far from the United States 9.6% that same year. The agriculture in Morocco ranges from wheat, fruit, vegetables, and wines. Although the 58 airports Morocco has may seem like a lot, it is almost nothing compared to any other Country, such as the United States 14,858.
Morocco has around 57625 kilometers of roads & 639 kilometers of Highways, to give you an idea of how much this is you can compare it to the approximate 4374563.2 km of road in the United States. According to their government, Morocco is lacking Male Physicians, hospital beds, and about 82% of the population has poor access to water.
When reading about this you may notice that Morocco has 122 Hospital's, 2,400 Health Centers and 4 University clinics, what you don’t see is that they are often poorly maintained and lack the room they need for adequate care. The leading causes of illness are Circulatory System Disease's, Perinatal Diseases, Cancer, Metabolic and nutritional Disease's and Infectious parasitic Disease’s. In 2004 the minister of health announced that the country had eradicated a variety of childhood diseases, these diseases include but are not limited to, specifically... [continues]
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