Census of Buildings in Cities and Villages

In a conference held last Wednesday evening in Rabat, the High Commission for Planning revealed the preliminary results of the cartographic work for the 2024 General Census of Population and Housing. This is considered “a very important preparatory phase for conducting the general census and ensuring its comprehensiveness through a complete survey of households and residences without duplication or omission.” The commission also disclosed the results of the geographic localization of economic establishments, providing “a comprehensive and updated picture of the geographical distribution of economic activities at the national, regional, and local levels.”

The cartographic work carried out by the commission enabled the geographic localization of over 4.138 million buildings in urban areas. Of these, more than 72 percent are modern Moroccan houses, 5.4 percent are primitive or slum houses, and apartment buildings and villas each constitute 5.2 percent of the total buildings.

Regarding the age distribution of these buildings, the commission’s data revealed that more than 49 percent are between 20 and 50 years old, 24.4 percent are between 10 and 20 years old, while buildings less than ten years old make up 13.3 percent of the total buildings in urban areas.

In rural regions, the cartographic paintings has recognized over 33,000 villages, with approximately 58 percentage being clustered villages, 25 percent fragmented villages, and round 17.1 percentage scattered villages, consistent with the High Commission for Planning.

The completed cartographic work also mounted 37,108 census regions, with over 25,000 in city regions and nearly 12,000 in rural areas. The Casablanca-Settat location by myself accounted for more than 22 percent of those census areas, with over 8,one hundred ninety regions, observed through the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra area and then the Marrakech-Safi region.

Additionally, more than 19,950 tracking regions had been fashioned, comprising 4 census areas in city settings and 3 in rural areas. On a country wide stage, 935 supervisory areas have been installed, every including thirteen monitoring regions.

In its evaluation of the geographic localization of monetary institutions, the High Commission for Planning counted over 1.3 million lively monetary institutions in Morocco. Of those, 86.6 percentage are profit-oriented, eleven.3 percentage are public carrier establishments, and most effective 2.1 percentage are non-income groups.

The statistics revealed that nearly fifty two percent of earnings-orientated institutions in Morocco operate in the change sector, observed through the services area at 30.Eight percent, the commercial area at over thirteen percentage, and the construction zone at 3.Five percent. Additionally, the statistical organization counted 1,022 weekly markets throughout the dominion.


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