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Karam-Yane Azzabi, Tahannaout HAF Financial Manager From 25 to 27 November 2019, in Tahannaout (Al Haouz

By Dr. Yossef Ben-Meir HAF President Moroccan youth today, whether urban or rural based, face enormous

By Nora Martetschläger HAF Intern Last week, I had the chance to experience part of developing our

By Katie Bercegeay HAF Project Manager On Friday, December 27, law students at University Sidi Mohamed

By Katie Bercegeay HAF Project Manager Twenty-nine master’s and doctorate-level law students participated

By Sheila HAF Friends Can faith but the size of a mustard seed move mountains? Can necessity garner

By Katie Bercegeay HAF Project Manager A training program to engage and prepare university law students

– آن ماري ديل كاستيلو تكتب: من الرمان إلى عصير الرمان, Non

Hajiba Boumasmar HAF Intern In recent years in Morocco, the succession of droughts, floods, unusual

By Anna Ugolini HAF Volunteer On November 20th the International Day of Childhood and Adolescence Rights

Errachid Montassir HAF Project Manager The challenges facing our world at the moment are highly complex,

By Isabel Clark World Challenge Team Member As part of my World challenge trip to Morocco I was expecting

By Julia Difabrizio HAF Intern, UVA student What is scalability? At its core, scalability is expansion,

Hajiba Boumasmar HAF Intern, University student Nous avons visité deux pépinières de la région de

Carol Ma Yau Ka HAF intern, CUHK student Morocco has a relatively young population, with 42% of its

Camelia Harkousse, HAF Intern Under the auspices of the University of Virginia (UVA) and with the support

Julia DiFabrizio HAF Intern, UVA student Something I have been thinking about is the relationship between

Caleb Tisdale, 3 June 2019 HAF Intern, University of Virginia The door is always open at the High Atlas