U.S. AND MOROCCAN EXPERTS COLLABORATE FOR MOROCCAN COOPERATIVES
By Errachid Montassir | Project Manager of F2F
The High Atlas Foundation & USAID kick-off the very first Farmer-To-Farmer virtual assignment in Morocco, which will be served by former Peace Corps Volunteer and F2F Volunteer Mark, working integrally with Rachida the president of Aboughlo Women's Cooperative. The assignment aims to follow up on an agricultural project managed by the Tassa Ouirgane Women's Cooperative in the Ouirgane municipality, Al Haouz province, where they grow organic fruit trees and provide them for farming families and schools in the region. Together, we continue to build as ever the capacities and opportunities of agricultural cooperatives in Morocco.
The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) & USAID kick-off the very first Farmer-To-Farmer (F2F) virtual assignment in Morocco, that will serve the Tassa Ouirgane Women's Cooperative, and help them evaluate their organic tree nursery project in order to move forward and spread the culture of planting.
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