Focusing on the community
Phosboucraa’s industrial capabilities are being overhauled by a major investment spanning the 2014-2022 period. Investing MAD 20.2 Billion will allow us to add even more value to the phosphate we mine, ensuring that the products meet the highest standards at every step along the chain.
As part of the program, we are building a fertilizer complex capable of manufacturing 1 million tons of fertilizer per year, with a focus on exports across Africa.
Determined individuals who feel a deep connection to everyone around them
Executive Vice President, Phosboucraa
I am an alumnus of the first cohort of youth developing skills at the Dakhla Learning Center. This program had a great impact on me, both personally and professionally. The training modules we had in this program helped us at different levels, with some of us then successfully finding job opportunities. They helped us apply our skills and build our confidence to show them.
Dakhla Learning Center Alumni
Our cooperative took part in a cooperative capacity building program. Both the training and the staff center were excellent. The pedagogy followed was inclusive and responded to the needs of the participants despite the diversity of their educational levels.
President of Painters Cooperative
We are proud to be Sahrawi; our people have lived in the desert for generations. It is in our soul. This land is a livelihood for many of us.
Sidi Moulay Soubai
A Company at the service of its region
Phosboucraa operates in Morocco’s Southern Regions, where it mines, processes and markets phosphate rock and, in the near future, phosphoric acid and customized fertilizers.
Help sustainably feed a growing world population
Human Capital is at the heart of Phosboucraa’s industrial strategy
Phosphate is one of the key ingredients to life on earth
owned by OCP since 2002
MAD 20,2 Billion
Committed investment over the period 2012-2022
new jobs to be created in the region between 2014 and 2022
reinvestment of all profils made by Phosboucraa
of Morocco's phosphate reserves (source: USGS, IFDC)