Dar Si Hmad for Development, Education and Culture is an independent nonprofit organization founded in 2010 promoting local culture and sustainable initiatives through education and the integration of scientific ingenuity in Southwest Morocco. We operate North Africa's largest fog harvesting project, providing villages with access to potable water. Our Water School and Girls' E-Learning Programs build capacity in the Anti-Atlas Mountains. Through our Ethnographic Field School, researchers and students engage with local communities in Agadir, Sidi Ifni, and the rural Aït Baamrane region for meaningful cross-cultural exchange.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

RISE Profile: Mohamed Moumin

A native of Ourzazate, nineteen-year-old Mohamed Moumin is currently studying English at Agadir's Ibn Zohr University.

New to the city, Mohamed says "I have been wanting to meet other people from Agadir, and RISE has been a great place to do that. I have been making so many friends here!"

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"RISE has also let me discover skills that I never knew I had - I’m realizing I could be a stronger leader. I want to improve my English and work as a translator one day. I enjoy volunteer work and I would like to translate for immigrants or refugees. I also want to study abroad and use what I learned from these experiences and apply them to my community in Morocco."

Good luck, Mohamed!

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