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Daily Archives: April 11, 2018

FIRST MOROCCAN FILM FESTIVAL A GREAT SUCCESS, AND NOW FOR THE SECOND EDITION

The first Moroccan Film Festival, hosted by the High Atlas Foundation, was a great success, drawing a crowd of 175 people for the opening night film and kick-off reception on Friday, October 29th and nearly 500 people for the following day’s nine feature length films. Guests were welcomed on opening night with Moroccan tea and

DECEMBER EAT.DRINK.SHARE BRUNCH IN DC

In rural Morocco, women play an integral role in the long-term sustainability of their communities and can potentially contribute up to 50% (3 year period) to the household income through the sale of their handmade crafts. Cooperatives provide alternative incomes to traditional farming as well as educational opportunities for women, which contribute to their improved

IT’S TIME NOW TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE THIS PLANTING SEASON!

There is a window of opportunity that comes once a year to dramatically improve the lives of rural Moroccans. Each year’s planting season, which ends in mid-March, gives us the chance to make a donation that will benefit our environment and generations to come. For only $1 per tree, you can give the gift of

NYC AMAZIGH MUSIC EAT.DRINK.SHARE

Ahidous is the generic name given to the music and dances that accompany collective celebrations in the Middle Atlas of Morocco. Jumpstart 2011 with HAF in celebratory Ahidous fashion with HAF’s special musical guest, Ahmed Sahel, from the Middle Atlas as he presents on Amazigh music genres, instrumentation, and folk oral tradition. Special Musical Performance by

HIGH ATLAS FOUNDATION SHOWCASES AMAZIGH MUSIC IN NEW YORK

High Atlas Foundation Showcases Amazigh Music in New York By Norman L. Greene* February 20, 2011 At Les Enfants Terribles Restaurant on Sunday, February 6, 2011, in New York City, I attended with a number of other friends of the High Atlas Foundation a Sunday morning presentation on Amazigh music as part of HAF’s “Eat,

HAF CONCLUDES PARTICIPATORY WORKSHOP SERIES AND LOOKS TO THE FUTURE

On February 12th, HAF concluded the series of capacity building workshops and post-training activities on Participatory Democracy with 35 locally elected officials and students from Hassan II University’s Faculty of Law, Economics, and Social Sciences in Mohammedia. A one year program that was in partnership with the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) came to an

1ST DC EAT.DRINK.SHARE IN 2011

The 2011 planting season in Morocco is coming to an end and HAF and its partners planted 120,000 fruit saplings – almost five times the number of trees in New York’s Central Park! Now is the time for us together to make a difference! Learn more about current HAF projects, meet new people, and find out