Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience

by Global Diversity Foundation
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience
Support High Atlas community earthquake resilience

Project Report | Nov 10, 2023
Supporting local farmers in continuing agricultural activities - Update 5/11/23 - 11 pm Morocco

By Youssef Rochdane | Project Team

ongoing vegetable distribution efforts
ongoing vegetable distribution efforts

Dear friends

We are pleased to provide you with an update of our activities since we reported last. Following assessments aimed at determining the necessary seeds to salvage the impending November agricultural season, a comprehensive inventory of requisites was compiled. This compilation, detailing both quantities and associated prices, is grounded in the information we acquired through direct engagement with the villagers and farmers residing in the affected areas of Imegdal, Ighil, Ijoukak and Talat N’Yaaqoub. The core of this requisition centres around seeds, primarily encompassing onion, barley, carrots, turnip, peas and faba beans – all of paramount significance during the Fall agricultural season in the High Atlas.

Simultaneously, we made efforts to assess the urgency of repairing drinking and irrigation water reservoirs, as well as restoring segments of the damaged water canals. This restorative effort is essential in ensuring the consistent irrigation of the terraced fields, which are the lifeblood of these communities.

Additionally, our team is actively evaluating the ongoing requirements to sustain collaborative vegetable distribution initiatives, in partnership with the British Moroccan Society and the Amal Association. These partnerships have proven to be instrumental in providing essential sustenance to those affected by the earthquake.

Our commitment extends beyond simple provisioning; we are dedicated to meticulously overseeing the entire process of seed distribution and subsequent planting. This hands-on approach aims to provide assistance and guidance to the communities that have suffered significant hardships in the aftermath of the earthquake.

Your support plays a pivotal role in driving our unwavering dedication to these initiatives, helping us alleviate challenges and enhance the resilience of the affected communities. In the long term, we are preparing for a comprehensive assessment, delving into both immediate needs and the long-lasting impact of agrobiodiversity conservation to strengthen food security for subsistence farmers.

Thank you so much for your generous donations.

Damaged water canals in need of repair
Damaged water canals in need of repair
Seed assessments to support local farmers
Seed assessments to support local farmers
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Nov 1, 2023
Enhancing sanitation and medical exams for mules and donkeys - Update 30/10/23 - 5 pm Morocco

By Youssef Rochdane | Project Team

Oct 25, 2023
Field assessments to ensure long-term recovery - Update 22/10/23 - 11 pm Morocco

By Youssef Rochdane | Project Team

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Simran Rawat
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