Lahssan Ben Moula, born in 1988 in the Errachidia Province, gained a Diploma in Basic Studies in Philosophy from the University of Moulay Ismail Meknes in 2016. He served as a volunteer at the Child Protection Center in Oujda from 2017-2020 as a social attendant and educator. Lahssan joined the High Atlas Foundation as a volunteer in 2019, helping to monitor trees in the Oriental region of Morocco. In 2021, he officially joined the HAF team as Tree Monitor, overseeing tree planting projects for the Oriental region. Through his experience with HAF, Lahssan has gotten to know more about the peoples of the local communities in the same region, their way of thinking, and their interest in trees and nature. He believes in the idea that afforestation is the best way to change the world, not only in food production but also in improving the climate and preserving life.