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National Institute of Social Action

History
The National Institute of Social Action (INAS) was created in 1981 by the government authority  in charge of  Social Affairs, the Ministry of Handicrafts and Social Affairs at the time, with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID, is currently under the Ministry of Solidarity, Women, Family and Social Development.

Since its inception,  the INAS has seen some important statutory or institutional events1981 : création de l’INAS
1985 : promulgation of the decree regarding creation No 2-84-30
1997 : promulgation of the decree regarding the  creation of the 2nd cycle  No 2-95-725
2005 : opening of the 2nd cycle

Since this important event, the INAS has seen a  crucial point of renewal  te latter  has affected the quality of its provision of training and its national and international positioning. This reform's aim  was not only to prepare a program to meet the terms of the  law  01.00 regarding  higher education but also to develop  a quality training that meets the expectations of our social projects  structuring society  such INDH or other  strategic programs  of our Ministry or other government departments.

Missions
The missions of the INAS are defined in accordance with No. 2-84 - 30 of 01/31/1985 setting up the. B.0 of 07/17/1985 and Decree n ° 2.95.725 of 28/11/1996 modifying and supplementing the first decree (BO, No. 4447 (13/01/1997))

  • Provide training and development of staff in the field of Social Action, who will be  assigned to public administrations, local authorities and semi-public and private organizations.
  • Contribute to the development and dissemination of techniques and methods of work and research in the field of Social Action.

Regime
The INAS  regime is an internal regime, students also receive a scholarship,  from which  a contribution to the costs of boarding is deducted, in accordance with the academic regime. Class  and educational activities attendance is therefore compulsory . However, at their request or when the circumstances require it, the Tangier students may not be internal, and receive, as appropriate, their entire scholarships.

Diplomas awarded

  • Social Advisor degree for the first cycle (2 years of training)
  • Social Affairs manager degree, for the second cycle (4 years of  training in total)
  • 5 study rooms
  • 5 dormitories with a capacity of 160 students
  • A large conference room
  • A computer room
  • A reading room
  • A library
  • A  sports field
  • A refectory   
  • A treatment room
  • Administration