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“I have in my heart many small villages”: Pandemic increases need for biosand filters

Emma reports from Bolivia, as efforts to build much-needed biosand filters for...

Emma reports from Bolivia, as efforts to build much-needed biosand filters for families around La Paz come to halt due to COVID-19. These filters offer an immediate solution to an...

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Annual Health Caravan benefits 312 people in Imegdal (High Atlas)

A medical team of 60, including paediatricians, gynaecologists, general practitioners, nurses and...

A medical team of 60, including paediatricians, gynaecologists, general practitioners, nurses and an optician, visited Imegdal for the two-day medical outreach during the first weekend of March....

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Distribution of 24,900 medicinal and aromatic plants to 517 families in the High Atlas

The distribution of valuable plants supports the enhancement of rural incomes and...

The distribution of valuable plants supports the enhancement of rural incomes and decreases harvesting pressure on wild populations, which High Atlas communities often heavily depend on for their livelihoods....

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An unexpected Spring at Dar Taliba: radio interviews, a booklet distribution and a global pandemic

Drawings of local and useful plant products by the students of Dar...

Drawings of local and useful plant products by the students of Dar Taliba are now featured in the Amazigh Household Basket booklet. ...

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Calling for photos and recipes of traditional Moroccan cuisine

We’re excited to invite you to participate in our #MedFoodHeroes Instagram contest...

We’re excited to invite you to participate in our #MedFoodHeroes Instagram contest as part of the Mediterranean Rooted Everyday campaign....

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What is an agdal?

Agdals have shaped the cultural landscape of the High Atlas mountains through...

Agdals have shaped the cultural landscape of the High Atlas mountains through centuries and most probably millenia, maintaining the rangeland and forest resources, while also conserving its biodiversity. Read about...

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Launching a new series of biocultural education activities in the Moroccan High Atlas

Engaging students in local biodiversity conservation efforts and offering opportunities for them...

Engaging students in local biodiversity conservation efforts and offering opportunities for them to learn and use Amazigh indigenous plant knowledge and practices....

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Distribution of 1000 Amazigh Household Basket booklets in the High Atlas

This colourful booklet featuring local and useful plant products selected by the...

This colourful booklet featuring local and useful plant products selected by the students we work with in the High Atlas includes drawings produced by the students themselves, and more!...

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Strong hands to work: Alenjandra and Angela build biosand filters for their community

Two young mothers join the Biosand filters clean 100 Bolivian families' water...

Two young mothers join the Biosand filters clean 100 Bolivian families' water project, working tirelessly to build the biosand filter containers under the heat of the sun....

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Establishing a new project and community plant nursery in Oukaïmeden, High Atlas

Supporting local livelihoods and plant conservation in situ, and decreasing harvesting pressure on...

Supporting local livelihoods and plant conservation in situ, and decreasing harvesting pressure on wild populations in Oukaïmeden....

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Over 100 Amazigh farmers and community members participate in first Farmer Field School in Aït M’hamed and Imegdal (High Atlas)

Held in December, this event provided an important space for exchange among...

Held in December, this event provided an important space for exchange among 66 participants in Annamer and 40 participants in Bernat....

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