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Happy Ramadan and HAF's 2018

 

2018 HAF MILESTONE: 1,4 MILLION TREES AND SEEDS PLANTED

An old Moroccan proverb, “One hand can’t clap,” is one that embodies both the approach to and application of the work implemented by The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) ...Read More

 

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HAF INVESTS IN UCA STUDENTS TO SPREAD THE PARTICIPATORY APPROACH IN MOROCCO

By Errachid Montassir, HAF Project Manager

The growth of sustainable development as a mainstream concept and practice in Morocco has been progressing but not as much as most people (particularly rural, and women and youth everywhere) have hoped…Read More

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Field Train Students, CSOs & Officials in Morocco

TREES FOR A FRUITFUL FUTURE

By Mohamed Abdel-Rahman, Ph.D. USAID-HAF Farmer-to-Farmer  Volunteer

The Farmer to Farmer (F2F) program is a USAID development initiative that is implemented throughout the world …Read More

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Tree Nurseries to Benefit 10,000 Rural Moroccans

 


VISIONARIES THEN AND NOW

By Thomas Kimmell, USAID Farmer-to-Farmer Volunteer

In the 1980’s, a solo American made a huge impact on Ouaouizerth, Morocco, an Amazigh village, located in the western High Atlas Mountains …Read More

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Improve Rural Moroccan Schools: Sami's Project

 

CONSERVING TRADITIONAL CROP DIVERSITY AND WILD MEDICINAL PLANTS IN MOROCCO

By Abderrahim Ouarghidi, Ph.D. Farmer-to-FarmerVolunteer

The Moroccan proverb “New things have a charm and old ones should be preserved” has wide applicability in current Moroccan agricultural practices and attitudes toward conventional and local crop varieties …Read More

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Organic Fruit Tree and Medicinal Herb Nurseries


DEVELOPING CAPABILITY FOR SEED STORAGE AND PRESERVATION IN MOROCCO

By Russ Zick, USAID Farmer-to-Farmer Volunteer

Small holder farmers in Morocco are engaged in upgrading their agricultural practices in order to increase income by expanding exports to Europe, the United States, and other Southern countries....Read More

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Multicultural Cooperation for Fruit Tree Planting

 

HAF JOINS THE DELEGATION OF EDUCATION IN CHICHAOUA FOR EARTH DAY EVENT HOSTED BY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

By Eliana Lisuzzo, HAF Program Assistant

Just as every other nation in the world, Morocco faces consequences of climate change including higher temperatures, more extreme weather conditions, and rising sea levels due to the human population’s collective treatment of our earth…Read More

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Improve Rural Moroccan Schools: Sami's Project


 

 

 
 

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HAF in Morocco

High Atlas Foundation
4 Rue Qadi AyaadAl Manar 4A - 3rd floor - Appt. 12 El Harti, Guéliz, MARRAKESH 40.000 - Morocco

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High Atlas Foundation
High Atlas Foundation 511 Sixth Avenue, #K110, NEW YORK, NY 10011
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