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Grow Trees in Morocco, Benefit the World

 

Dear Friends,


The world depends on it. That is, on Morocco achieving its sustainable development vision, driven by participatory democratic action.  It’s true.

A shining example for the African Continent and the Middle East of community-driven change, interfaith pursuit, and south-south unity, depends upon Morocco’s success.

And Morocco’s best future, depends on many things, but especially upon rural communities of its countryside - where most of the nation’s poverty exists - achieving organic cultivation of trees and plants, organic certification and processing, water and cooperative efficiency, and global sales.

The implementation of all the essential projects of the people, depend on reinvestment from these organic sales into building their schools, building the power of women and youth, building clean drinking water systems, building the dreams communities dream together.

 

 

All this can start with planting a tree,a walnut tree, an almond tree, a cherry, lemon, date, and fig tree, an Argan tree, a carob tree, olive, and pomegranate - all these organic varieties and the dozens of medicinal plants that grow naturally but need harnessing.  Together, all of us can plant.  Participation as a way of life might have begun with planting seeds - it is for everyone.  


The success of Morocco’s example and model is essential for itself and the world, and all the partnerships and activities that surround and flow from tree planting is an indelible part of the Kingdom’s most promising future.

So in this special months that coincides holidays of faiths of our world, we ask, please 

help the High Atlas Foundation 

plant and plant more.  This is the season, this is the moment when the ground rejoices when planted upon.  We have from this moment until mid-March, when the season ends.  Help us help Morocco, for its people and the world.

This January 16th at noon, and on all third Mondays of January to come (Insh’allah), on the day we celebrate the pursuit of world justice inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the High Atlas Foundation and friends and partners will plant a tree at all project sites in Morocco.  Help us to grow anew at hundreds of locations, where all at once we place trees with their long lives to come, into the ground.

We wish you, your families, all you encounter, health and happiness,

The High Atlas Foundation Team


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HAF tweets

HafFdtn At the Abdelaziz Ben Driss Center for youth, the students are putting in lots of effort to care for the trees,&are learning so much as well!
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HafFdtn Planting trees does so much- environmental benefits, soil erosion prevention, deforestation reversal, and climate change mitigation.
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HafFdtn The children at the Abdelaziz Ben Driss Center are excited to learn about caring for trees, and to acquire irrigation skills, we are as well
HafFdtn We have successfully planted in many different ecosystems in Morocco. This shows that with dedication and hard work anything can be done.
HafFdtn In the El-Houz province, teachers are using HAF trees to educate their students on topics ranging from climate change to food security.
HafFdtn We are excited to start working out of our new office in Fes, which is located at Center for the Protection of Children, Abdelaziz Ben Driss
HafFdtn The University Mohamed Ben Abdellah in Fes has donated land to build a tree nursery for the surrounding communities. Exciting for all!

HAF in Morocco

High Atlas Foundation
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