Towns and villages in Morocco do not want to be left behind in the e-mobility trend and yearn for sustainable transport of people and goods, which can positively affect the livelihoods of low-income groups such as farmers, business-women and men. The project has introduced a shared transport system with 25 e-tricycles (including 5 with food cooling systems) for the transport of goods in El Kelaa des Sraghna and adjacent rural municipalities of the province. In addition, solar panels have been erected to win the energy for charing the tricycles. By introducing these new means of innovative transport for the rural population, it will contribute to increasing market access and further employment opportunities. A special focus is on equal opportunities for women.