Moroccan NGO Education | Empowerment of children and women | Development of infrastructure
It all began during the winter of 2005 when a group of students and teachers Casablanca went to the Ait Bougemaz valley in the high Atlas Mountains, a region difficult to access geographic realities and complex socio-economic . Impressed and saddened at the sight of the many daily difficulties faced by students and teachers of these isolated areas due to land at a distinct lack of the most basic infrastructure and a significant poverty, the group takes the way back with the conviction and motivation necessary to make a difference in the extent of the means at the time still very limited.
Armed with good will and hard activism force the group has managed little bit to motivate and convince people and companies involved to follow the path of this adventure. This led to been collected the funds necessary to launch the first project of the association, namely the renovation of the village school Aarous in the region of Ait Bougemaz who was in a state very dilapidated brushing unhealthy.
Since then, many other projects have emerged thanks to the generosity of donors on which our association is based entirely who support us and trust us. namely the renovation of the village school Aarous in the region of Ait Bougemaz who was in a very dilapidated state bordering on unhealthy. Since then, many other projects have emerged thanks to the generosity of donors on which our association is based entirely who support us and trust us.
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Through our activities below reports, we are pleased to deliver a detailed summary of the various projects we have realized in recent years.
The reports are divided into two parts, the first is written data about projects of the year, the second is presented in the form of visuals achievements work.
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