In the course of employment with a work contract in Spain in 2020, the Moroccan Ministry of employment and professional integration announced the Spanish agricultural sector needs nearly 17,000 Moroccan workers harvest strawberries through decades of seasonal work in the Spanish province Velba in the context of the polarization of the Moroccan workers to participate in agricultural work in the year 2020.

In a press statement, the ministry said that during the meeting with the Moroccan delegation in the Spanish city Velba, Spain promised that the Moroccan authorities have up to employment contracts in January 2020, and the Moroccan workers start work in March.

Spanish farms used to bring in workers from abroad each year, but many of these farms began to hire workers, especially contributing to the harvesting of crops. Participation in this year's fruit harvest campaign in Spain is an opportunity for all qualified Moroccan women candidates to work on Spanish farms.

It has been designed recruitment process these in accordance with good development, with priority given to women. The National Employment Promotion Agency (ANAPEC), the Moroccan government agency that deals with employment and mediation between Spanish businessmen and women, defending this "positive discrimination", which includes the privileges of women with dependent children, especially if they are widowed or divorced.

In this way, ANAPEK trying to "break the vicious circle of exclusion" that rural women in Morocco we live in, and even more so if the mother said Eva Abdul Moneim director, general manager of the agency.

Civil also to the standards demanded business Spanish: young women (25 to 40 years) with experience in this field and good health because of the requirements of physical work.

Will women workers in the Strawberry Fields 37 euros per day, and in Morocco will not earn more than 50 AED, less than 5 euros. First of all, with the money you will earn in Spain, approximately 3,000 euros for four months of work, can live for months in her country and feed her family.

The number of seasonal workers who come to Spain every year around 40, 000 in agricultural fields alone, the duration of contracts for seasonal work usually 6 months. Most of the seasonal jobs in the Spanish agricultural sector are active during the fruit harvest season.

Spanish farmers prefer to attract workers from outside of Spain because they find that the cost of agricultural products is low because of the low wage labour from Morocco, for example, compared with the wages claimed by the workers of the Spaniards. We can say that seasonal wages in Spain are well, given that farm owners provide free transportation service to their workplaces, as well as housing in most cases.
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