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USAID Farmer-to-Farmer in Beni Mellal

By Errachid Montassir HAF Program Manager This week, the Farmer-To-Farmer (F2F) team launched two different assignments in Beni Mellal region, aiming to enrich two local agricultural coopera

Highlighting Farmers’ Role in Sustainable Development

Gabrielle Rosario HAF-UVA Intern We often neglect the importance of trees in our daily lives, passively accepting their shade, beauty, and fruit as we walk beneath their leafy branches and s

Making the Farmer King: Why Fair Trade Is a Big Deal

Making the Farmer King: The Need to Shift Our Approach to Agriculture, Morocco World News. By Olufunmilayo Aiyegbusi The Hague, Netherlands Looking through my grandfather's diary 25 years

Farmer to Farmer Success Stories: Reflections from the Field

Zineb Laadam HAF Farmer to Farmer Field Officer The women of the Ghmat Division Cooperative have started producing honey thanks to our partnership with USAID’s Farmer-to-Farmer program.

Women’s Empowerment with Farmer-to-Farmer in Tidili Mesfioua

HAF Project Manager & F2F Volunteer Coordinator Women from Tidili Mesfioua created two new women’s cooperatives after attending IMAGINE Women’s Empowerment workshops with the High Atlas Fou

USAID Farmer-to-Farmer Local Volunteer Developing Local Capacities

HAF USAID Farmer-to-Farmer team and F2F local volunteer meeting with Ms. Hind, the head of public relations for the Mejji Argan Women’s Cooperative, Essaouira province - Meiji rural commune Dec 17,

Farmer-to-Farmer Local and U.S. Volunteers Collaborate in Morocco

Caption: High Atlas Foundation’s USAID Farmer-to-Farmer Volunteer Rachida meeting women in Tassa Ouirgane. During the shut-down and uncertainties resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, USAID e

The Women Farmers of Tassa Ouirgane Nursery: From Seeds to Saplings

HAF Office Manager & Volunteer Coordinator Caption: High Atlas Foundation, Tassa Ouirgane Nursery “Trees are poems the earth writes upon the sky, We fell them down and turn them into paper,

Cathartic Returns to Morocco: Mark Apel, from Peace Corps to Farmer-to-Farmer

Cathartic Returns to Morocco: Mark Apel, from Peace Corps to Farmer-to-Farmer, The New Dawn, By Ellen Hernandez and Katie Bercegeay. • Arabic: Voice of Iraq, 18 Septembre 2020. By Ellen Herna

Rpcvs: Become a Farmer-to-Farmer Volunteer and Continue Your Difference in Morocco

The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) is reconnecting with former Peace Corps Volunteers to serve as volunteer experts as part of the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) Program in Morocco, which is being

An Illuminating Farmer-to-Farmer Story in Morocco

Arabic version French version Bill Nichols at the Women’s Cooperative of Tassa Ouirgane, Jan 2020 (HAF) Bill Nichols served as a volunteer consultant to the High Atlas Foundation (HAF) t

Haf Is Recruiting Rpcvs to Serve as Volunteer Consultants Through the Farmer-to-Farmer Program

The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) seeks Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) who served in Morocco to return for assignments of two weeks or longer to assist Moroccan cooperatives in their fields

Assessments in Youssoufia for USAID Farmer-to-Farmer

Project Manager Last week, HAF's team members managing the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program in Morocco visited three potential host organizations in the Youssoufia province, in order to conduct

Participating in the Annual Farmer-to-Farmer Implementers Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina

    Participating in the Annual Farmer-to-Farmer Implementers Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina

Morocco: One Farmer’s Struggle for a Better Life

Ahmed Ouajib University Student and HAF Intern Marrakech Conducting interviews with farmers across Morocco has left me in awe of them.   Take for example twenty-three-year-old Najib Charhabili, w

HAF Promotes Tree Planting and Value-Addition for Rural Farmers in Morocco

Gregory Sullivan, HAF Visiting Expert International Executive Service Corps (IESC) USAID’s Farmer to Farmer Program April 18 to May 5, 2017 The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) in Morocco is using innov

HAF Promotes Tree Planting & Value-Addition for Rural Farmers in Morocco

By Gregory Sullivan, Farmer-to-Farmer Volunteer The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) in Morocco is using innovative approaches to tackling poverty in this North Africa country,  as well as addressing the

Planting and growing trees with schoolchildren and farmers in Youssoufia

By Fatima Zahra Laaribi Office Manager and Women Empowerment Facilitator The third Monday of January – this year on the 15th- is a day in which the High Atlas Foundation (HAF) held a special

Managing water for climate adaptation and mitigation

By Timo Reinitzer, HAF intern What is the proper response to climate change? We all know that climate change is going to have an immense impact on our ecosystem, especially on water distribut

Spreading the Organic Farming Principle

Errachid Montassir HAF Program Manager The U.S. Volunteer Jennifer Sopoci and the F2F team members with local farmers from Oulad Mbarek municipality – Beni Mellal region during a field visit

Food Cooperatives: Fighting Imbalance in the Food Value Chain

Bobby McDonough HAF-UVA Intern As the COVID-19 pandemic maintains its position as the international community’s chief issue to battle , its far-reaching effects can be felt particularly in

Tree Monitoring in Errachidia Province

by Said Bennani, HAF Project Manager, and Mohamed El Kadiri, Tree Monitoring Officer Mohamed El Kadiri, Mohamed Ben Yassine, and Said Bennani visited Errachidia province to monitor fruit tree

Seeds of Memory: Celebrating the Heritage and Community of Akrich

By: Jennan Al-Hamdouni, Director of Engagement and Advocacy, REMA U.S. Consul General Lawrence Randolph and President of the Jewish Community in the Marrakech-Safi region Jacky Kadoch at the first

Bravo, University Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah

- Bravo, University Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Modern Ghana. Arabic: Al-bayader, 26 October 2021. French version By Yossef Ben-Meir Marrakech Olive tree saplings at USMB in Fes (High A

Civil Society Growth: Challenges and Opportunities

Advika Roongta HAF-UVA Intern The vital role of civil society organizations in furthering development goals is well established. Civil society organizations serve as important sources of inf

Entrepreneurs working for a greener Africa

By Henry Prillaman On October 27th, I had the pleasure of attending The World Resources Institute Land Accelerator Africa Impact Days program. We heard from top 15 innovative entrepreneurs ou

Ensuring Environmental Justice in Sustainable Development

By Gabrielle Rosario HAF-UVA Intern Ten years ago, the Movement on Road 96, an environmental and social group of locals from Imider, Morocco, began a protest against the Société Métallurg

Update: Tigmmi n’Targa Activities

By Zineb Laadam HAF Field Officer September 2021—The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) team members met with the TIGMMI cooperative members in Tissfan municipality (Taroudant province) to identify t

Planting Trees and Mental Health

By Bobby McDonough HAF-UVA Intern HAF defines their mission as a “commitment to furthering sustainable development and supporting Moroccan Communities to take action in implementing human

Policy Changes Can Help Land Restoration

By Henry Prillaman HAF Intern The World Resources Institute held a discussion on September 29th, titled “Strong Public Policies To Restore Land, Breaking Through the Barriers to Success,” il