Olive tree planting with 200 Moroccan families

 
$3,118
$31,882
Raised
Remaining
Jan 14, 2013

Drip System Purchased and Ready to Irrigate!

Map of region & resources
Map of region & resources

The land is ready for irrigation, and thanks to your funds, we have secured the pressure drip system, which will be installed starting Wednesday, January 16. Community members in Rhamna Province (Ben Guerrir) are providing the labor in-kind, so our funds can be stretched very far. We expect full installation to be complete within a week (inshallah!).

We hope to purchase more olive trees to be planted this year, with the help of your generous donations and support. We are in the midst of planting season, at a crucial moment to fulfill the goals of the project. This is the moment to make a difference. Donate now to ensure we can plant the trees that will provide food and livelihood to hundreds of individuals!

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Alex Stein

NYC, NY (US) and Marrakech, Al Haouz (Maroc), Morocco

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Map of Olive tree planting with 200 Moroccan families