You will be hearing from us all over this April as we have been at work, relentlessly, last month!
Allow us to get you a tour of the highlights of March 2021!
As part of our fog harvesting project extension in Taloust, the foundations for a water cistern were implanted by the provincial directory of agriculture in Id Bighiden village.
A new experimental Cloudfisher was installed on top of Tabtist Mountain. This spot is believed to have a high potential for fog harvesting.
Our office Manager, Ms. Samira Arjdal, the fog project’s manager, Mr. Mounir Abbar, and our two rural project coordinators, Mr. Mohamed Hammou-Ali and Mr. Hussein Soussane organized a visit to ZINCO company in Fez to benefit from a training on prepaid meters we will be utilizing henceforth to connect more households to our fog harvesting system.
Mr. Hicham Aoumat, from the company Green Solutions paid a visit to our fog harvesting system to study the possibility of automating the water distribution network.
The members of the Tiznit Association of the Technicians of the Building Sector organized a field trip to the fog harvesting site.
Organic harvest is already being produced in Agdal Id Achour Pedagogical Farm, and the plan to construct Dar Si Hmad’s indigenous seeds bank is ongoing!
A beneficiary of Afous Ghissiki’s agroecology training is also witnessing promising results from the application of the techniques he learned the previous months. In fact, he has already started commercializing his organic harvest which generates a decent income for the start.
In addition, GRACE program online sessions with our intern Elyssa Wrubel were continuing in March.
And the preparations for the RISE program that we launched last Saturday were developing quickly.
And finally, a small surprise birthday party was organized at Dar Si Hmad office to celebrate our administration and finances manager, Ms. Khadija Changa’s birthday, early on the last Friday of the month.
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