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 | Oct 6, 2023
Fresh vegetable distributions and coalition building - Update 05/10/23 - 8 pm Morocco

By Youssef Rochdane | Project Team

On the road to Imegdal
On the road to Imegdal

First of all, thank you for your ongoing support to our campaign, and for being here. Although we have been carrying out many distributions and establishing long-term support efforts in response to the needs of High Atlas Communities thanks to your generosity, your support is still very much needed.

Many of our partner communities now find themselves residing in tents, a situation likely to persist for several months, with the approaching threat of harsh winter conditions casting a shadow of uncertainty, especially when it comes to the safety and well-being of their children. Schools lie in ruins, disrupting the education of countless children and potentially hindering their academic progress. Meanwhile, livelihoods have been severely impacted, with vital components like irrigation systems, livestock, and agricultural lands all suffering extensive damage. These challenges require our ongoing and steadfast support until the Atlas communities are back on their feet again

These past few days, we have continued our support in the field. In partnership with Muslim Care Malaysia, we visited four different communities to offer essential supplies. These supplies included 250 boxes of vegetables, five cows worth of meat and 6 tonnes of fodder.

We distributed these supplies to various villages in different regions. In the Imegdal commune, the supplies were given to the villages of Ourigh, Tiniskt, Igherm, Imidl, Wakhfamane, Anamer, Warti and Tawrirt. In the Ijoukak commune, the village of Targa received support, benefiting 64 families. The Talat N’Yaaqoub area saw assistance reaching Ifourirn and Mzouzite villages, and in the Ighil commune, Amarzeguane and Tisila villages also received aid.

Additionally, as part of a coalition-building effort, we organised a meeting in Marrakech with various NGOs and associations. These organizations played a significant role in providing relief during the earthquake. During the meeting, disaster relief experts guided us on the next steps and how to improve our organization to provide the best possible support to the affected villages.

Distribution of 250 boxes of vegetables
Distribution of 250 boxes of vegetables
Marrakech meeting with NGOs and associations
Marrakech meeting with NGOs and associations
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Oct 2, 2023
A busy week of field visits - Update 01/10/2023 - 8pm

By Youssef Rochdane, Tasnim Elboute | Project Team

Sep 29, 2023
An overview of our work three weeks after the Earthquake

By Simran Rawat | Project Team

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Global Diversity Foundation

Location: Bristol, VT - USA
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Project Leader:
Simran Rawat
Canterbury , Kent United Kingdom
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