Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 Page 35 Page 36 Page 37 Page 38 Page 39 Page 40 Page 41 Page 42 Page 43 Page 44 Page 45 Page 46 Page 47 Page 48 Page 49 Page 50POSITIVE IMPACTS Since entering Morocco, Kosmos has focused its social investment on programs that encourage entrepreneurship and skill-building with the goal of supporting economic development. Kosmos has established multi-year partnerships with the following organizations in Morocco: >  AMIDEAST A leading non- profit organization engaged in international education, training and development activities, AMIDEAST provided soft-skills training and English and French language classes to more than 100 unemployed college graduates in Agadir who have advanced degrees but lacked the skills needed to find jobs. In addition to receiving 870 hours of total training, the students benefited from workshops on entrepreneurship, company visits, and simulations in which students developed and executed businesses plans over the course of a day. We are continuing programs with AMIDEAST in 2016. > INJAZ Al-Maghrib INJAZ Al- Maghrib is a non-profit focused on delivering a broad base of entrepreneurship training opportunities to Moroccan youth by partnering with the private sector. Kosmos has supported INJAZ Al-Maghrib’s work in linking middle and high school students with the business world for three consecutive years. >  Enactus For several years Kosmos has supported Enactus in its mission to connect students, academics and business leaders through entrepreneurial-based projects. In 2016, Kosmos is sponsoring Enactus to expand its program to Agadir, benefiting over 900 students. >  Corps Africa Kosmos has supported Corps Africa in Morocco for three years. Corps Africa matches African youth volunteers with communities throughout their home country to design projects that address poverty at local levels. The program enhances the skills of young development practitioners in Morocco. In 2015, Kosmos sponsored a Moroccan volunteer in the rural town of Gafifat near Agadir. The volunteer worked with a local association to equip a multimedia hall with computers, books, a projector, whiteboard and the internet. This project gave people in Gafifat a chance to develop their IT skills in a way that had been previously unavailable to them. Since entering Morocco in 2011, Kosmos has focused its social investment on programs, such as Enactus, that encourage entrepreneurship. THE MOROCCO CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Recognizing that combining resources can lead to greater impact, Kosmos has partnered with Chevron Morocco Ltd. to establish the Morocco Center of Excellence in Social Responsibility. Known as the Center of Excellence, the organization serves as an economic development and corporate social responsibility resource for private companies, ONHYM, and social development organizations. One of the first major projects of the Center of Excellence in 2015 was developing the capacity of ONHYM and its staff to formally implement Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices and policies. This training encouraged ONHYM to develop its own CSR strategy and better oversee the CSR activities of companies working in Morocco. The Center of Excellence is run with support from Mercy Corps, an international non-governmental organization. The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) began working with two women’s fishing cooperatives in two coastal communities, Sidi Abed and Sidi Ifni, under their first Compact with Morocco. After MCC’s project with the women’s cooperatives ended in 2013, Kosmos began supporting the cooperatives to promote cooperative development, product quality, hygiene and safety, and entrepreneurship for over 200 women members. In order to build on this work in the coming years, we have entered into a partnership with the Center of Excellence and Mercy Corps to work with unemployed youth and women’s cooperatives to create jobs and strengthen cooperatives in coastal communities, starting with the Sidi Ifni and Sidi Abed areas in 2016 and then expanding to other coastal communities. 33 33