Publications from the USAID Dakira Program in Morocco
The USAID Dakira Program, implemented by the High Atlas Foundation and its partners, aims to collaboratively develop and pioneer a unique participatory approach to the educational preservation of Morocco’s multicultural history.
The program engages local communities to capture, preserve, and transmit their collective memories so that they are better equipped to take ownership of the revitalization of their own histories.
This introspective, experience-sharing approach among local participants maximizes relationship building, leading to collective actions that improve livelihoods and a deepened discovery of Morocco’s multicultural identity.
This page highlights the written work of Dakira partners, communities, staff, volunteers, and interns. View photos from Dakira activities on Flickr. Contact the Dakira team for more details: heritage@
Learn more: Dakira Factsheet