Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco

by High Atlas Foundation
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco
Clean Drinking Water for 1250 Villagers in Morocco

Project Report | Dec 12, 2022
The Piggy Bank

By Houria Chouhab | HAF-F2F Field Officer

The second story concerns Rhimou, the president of a women’s cooperative in the same province of Al Hoceima. She was born into a rich family and was spoiled by her dad, and she never worried about money shortage. Now, the woman is in her forties and she still spends money without any concern. When the empowerment facilitator spoke about money and its management, Rhimou found it weird to reason this way as it was the first time she would consider money-saving important on both personal and professional levels.

The next day, Rhimou said that she kept thinking about the topic of money and she decided to reconsider the way of spending money. She even added that she got herself a piggy bank to encourage herself to fill it. Rhimou was proud of this transformation and she hopes she will keep the promise she made.

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Nov 28, 2022
Drinking water for nomadic and rural communities

By High Atlas Foundation | Comms Team

Jul 29, 2022
Water Infrastructure in Rural Schools

By Susana Fernandez | HAF-UVA Intern

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High Atlas Foundation

Location: New York, NY - USA
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Twitter: @AtlasHigh
Project Leader:
Yossef Ben-Meir
President of the High Atlas Foundation
NYC, NY (US) and Marrakech, Al Haouz (Maroc) , Morocco
$60,856 raised of $100,000 goal
 
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