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Joseph Braude on HAF's Moroccan Film Festival


The High Atlas Foundation had a wonderful Moroccan Film Festival in New York City to benefit human development in Morocco.  The author and political analyst Joseph Braude so kindly came to the event, and spoke about the Festival and the Foundation on his radio column, which airs nationally in Morocco. Please listen in Arabic to Joseph’s column about the event, or read it in English or Arabic.

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HafFdtn Distributing fruit & nit tress to communities creates jobs for residents due to the need of the trees to be cared for, and planted.
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HafFdtn At the Abdelaziz Ben Driss Center for youth, the students are putting in lots of effort to care for the trees,&are learning so much as well!
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