Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

 
$1,850
$10,150
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages

Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages
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The final stages of the refuse oven.

The final stages of the refuse oven.
Photo from Progress Report 'Summer 2013 Community Refuse Program a Success' (view small | med | large | orig)

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Organization

Project Leader

Cloe Medina Erickson

Project Developer/Manager
Livingston, MT United States

This project is being run by a socially-oriented for-profit company.

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Where is this project located?

Map of Community Health for 4 Moroccan Villages