The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) is committed to promoting sustainable development, using a participatory-action approach to address challenges identified by communities. While partnering with community members, local associations, schools, municipal governing bodies, and other stakeholders, HAF believes in the efficacy of sustained communication and meaningful involvement in fostering skills and methods to enact positive change. Following this model, the HAF team frequently couples tree-planting activities with students with environmental workshops with members of local associations and the community.
We are excited to share this video, capturing moments from tree-planting activities and environmental workshops in Morocco at the Bouchane High School-Secondary School complex in Rhamna and the Hassan I High School in Azilal in December 2018. The environmental workshops were led by the HAF team and university volunteers, and made possible thanks to the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES).