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PARTICIPATING IN THE ANNUAL FARMER-TO-FARMER IMPLEMENTERS MEETING IN RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA

   
Participating in the Annual Farmer-to-Farmer Implementers Meeting
in Raleigh, North Carolina
By Yossef Ben-Meir, Ph.D.
President, High Atlas FoundationHere is what I consider a joyful and fulfilling week: 80 or so people gathered from around the world to consider together wide-ranging issues in relation to supporting expert volunteers, for instance how they, cooperatives, and societies may successfully develop the agricultural sector, and all the while discovering co-participants who are wonderful, generous, experienced, and dedicated to serving most vulnerable groups.That in a nutshell was the beautiful time I spent at the Farmer-to-Farmer Implementers Meeting last week in Raleigh, North Carolina.  For that memorable experience we (myself and HAF colleague Aissa Azzouzi) thank USAID and Partners of the Americas for the invitation to not just observe but also to contribute to such an important and informative gathering.  We gained excellent ideas and eagerness to implement them alongside the team of the High Atlas Foundation in Morocco…Read more
Gaining applicable knowledge and sharing laughter are what I carry with me from the Annual Farmer-to-Farmer Implementers Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina, January 28th-February 1, 2019.

VISIONARIES THEN AND NOW

by Thomas Kimmel, HAF Blog

In the 1980’s, a solo American made a huge impact on Ouaouizerth, Morocco…Read more

COMING OF AGE IN TASSA OUIRGANE

by Mark Apel, published in Modern Ghana

From 1985 until 1986, I was a Peace Corps Volunteer living in the Azzeden…Read more

DEVELOPING A NEW CAPABILITY FOR SEED STORAGE AND PRESERVATION IN MOROCCO

by Russ Zick, HAF Blog

Smallholder farmers in Morocco are engaged in upgrading their agricultural practices in order to increase income…Read more

TREES FOR A FRUITFUL FUTURE

 by Mohamed Abdul-Rahman, HAF Blog

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

ORGANIC NURSERIES, ORGANIC FRUITS

by William Nichols, HAF Blog

I am a late career American businessman. Currently I spend up to half of each year volunteering with NGOs in developing and middle income countries…Read more 

PLANTING SEEDS

by Jack Butler, HAF Blog

My image of Morocco was dry, a desert, and not a place of agricultural growth I was surprised by the vast olive groves and orchards…Read more

MARKETING FOR COOPERATIVES: FROM LIFESAVERS TO PIKE’S PLACE

by Katherine O’Neill, HAF Blog

On Friday, July 13, I visited the Tifaouine Women’s Cooperative in Amizmiz, Morocco with High Atlas Foundation (HAF) Coordinator Errachid M

ontassir…Read more

CONSERVING CROP DIVERSITY AND WILD MEDICINAL PLANTS IN MOROCCO

by Abderrahim Ouarghidi, International Policy

The Moroccan proverb “New things have a charm and old ones should be preserved”…Read more 

WOMEN AND TREES – SIMPLICITY FOR THE SAKE OF THE PLANET

by Mark Apel, published in The Hans India

This spring, I had the privilege of volunteering in Morocco for the High Atlas Foundation (HAF), a US 501(c)(3) and Moroccan non-profit organization…Read more

TREE PLANTING AND VALUE-ADDITION FOR RURAL FARMERS IN MOROCCO

by Gregory Sullivan, HAF Blog

The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) in Morocco is using innovative approaches …Read more

THE HIGH ATLAS FOUNDATION PRODUCES TREES

by Jack Butler, HAF Blog

The High Atlas Foundation produces trees. And in the process, it helps people at every step along the way.…Read more

GG Rewards Superstar status as of Jan. 31, 2019

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