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 | Jan 16, 2024
Enhancing Living Conditions and Education in the Affected Areas

By Youssef Rochdane | Project Team

Distribution of Heaters
Distribution of Heaters

In a big step toward community well-being efforts and in collaboration with our partners, over 200 heaters were distributed in the villages of Tawrirte and Amslane in Imegdal. This initiative helps provide warmth for the villagers in the affected areas, especially during the current colder months. To add a heartwarming touch, toys were distributed to the children of the school in Tawrirte, bringing smiles to the young members of the community.

Additionally, over 20 modern toilets equipped with heaters have been installed in the communes of Imegdal, Ijoukak and Ighil. Construction plans are also in motion to set up three platforms for two classrooms with annexes in each commune.

Furthermore, to fulfill our commitment to disaster response, GDF partnered with EBF to launch the Earthquake Response Digital Project. This initiative uses technology for efficient mapping and timely responses to earthquake-related emergencies.

In the field, our team assessed animal shelters in three villages: Alous, Anbdour and Ifourir. All necessary materials for building livestock shelters are ready in Ighil. The next step involves designing a shelter model and closely coordinating with each village for construction. This holistic approach ensures a sustainable improvement in living conditions in the targeted communities post-earthquake.

Our commitment to community welfare remains unwavering, and we look forward to witnessing the positive impact of these initiatives on the lives of the villagers in the communities we work with.

Assessment of Animal Shelters
Assessment of Animal Shelters
Collapsed Animal Shelter
Collapsed Animal Shelter
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Jan 10, 2024
Water infrastructure assessment for long-term community resilience - Update 3/01/24 - 11 pm Morocco

By Youssef Rochdane | Project Team

Dec 22, 2023
Supporting 500 working animals with animal feed - Update 17/12/23 - 11 pm Morocco

By Youssef Rochdane | Project Team

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Global Diversity Foundation

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