Morocco: climate resilience at the agricultural show Morocco: climate resilience at the agricultural show

Morocco: climate resilience at the agricultural show

Morocco: climate resilience at the agricultural show

Morocco, facing major challenges linked to drought, is hosting a major international agricultural event in the city of Meknes.

The International Agricultural Show in Morocco (SIAM) stands out this year for its commitment to climate resilience and sustainability in the agricultural sector.

For its 16th edition, SIAM brings together nearly 1,500 exhibitors from some 70 countries, with an expected attendance of nearly 800,000 visitors. In a space of more than 10 large marquees, a variety of agricultural products and services are presented, ranging from fruits and vegetables to irrigation systems, including fertilizers, thus testifying to the diversity and richness of agriculture Moroccan and international.

Beyond the simple exhibition, SIAM offers a platform for exchanges and sharing of experiences between players in the sector, thus promoting discussions around current challenges and innovative solutions to ensure the sustainability of agriculture in a context of climate change.

This event comes at a crucial time for Morocco, as the country's agricultural sector is hit hard by the devastating consequences of the drought. Faced with this situation, the Ministry of Agriculture has taken urgent measures to deal with the water shortage, in particular by setting up new seawater desalination facilities.

Organized by the Moroccan Ministry of Agriculture , SIAM is recognized as the largest agricultural event in Africa, demonstrating Morocco's continued commitment to the sustainable development of its agriculture.

This year, Spain is in the spotlight as a special guest of the show, thus strengthening ties and exchanges between the two countries in the agricultural field.

SIAM will be held from April 22 to 28, providing a unique opportunity to discover the latest agricultural innovations, promote international exchange and strengthen cooperation for a more resilient and sustainable agricultural future.


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