48 hours in Rabat, Morocco: A development insider's guide

By Kelli Rogers 15 November 2016

Devex associate editor Kelli Rogers shares the global development professionals' guide to navigating Morocco's capital.

The African Development Bank, the French Development Agency and the World Bank are just a few of the institutions with offices in Rabat. It might be a sleepy city compared to Marrakech, but it’s where you’ll run into development professionals while drinking a mint tea, and where social entrepreneurship is beginning to rival that of shinier Casablanca.

If you find yourself in Morocco’s colorful capital for meetings with the U.S. Agency for International Development mission, a local incubator or for an upcoming conference, here’s a few tips for navigating the city.

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About the author

Kelli Rogers@kellierin

In her role as associate editor, Kelli Rogers helps to shape Devex content around leadership, professional growth and careers for professionals in international development, humanitarian aid and global health. As the manager of Doing Good, one of Devex's highest-circulation publications, she is constantly on the lookout for the latest staffing changes, hiring trends and tricks for recruiting skilled local and international staff for aid projects that make a difference. Kelli has studied or worked in Spain, Costa Rica and Kenya.

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