Many visitors to Morocco want to learn more about the Berber people, the first known inhabitants of Africa’s Northwest. Over thousands of years, the Berbers, or Imazighen – meaning ‘free’, have preserved many ancient customs, observed through folk music,
SkillsThe philosophy of the Eve Branson Foundation is to teach young local people lifelong skills.
Unlocking potential.Long-term training programmes lead to the creation of marketable products & economic self-sufficiency.
A proud & happy people.The Foundation helps female communities build greater self-esteem, teaching vocational skills in a safe and trusted environment.
2016 will see the launch of a carpentry apprenticeship scheme, developed to address a lack of vocational training facilities in the rural community of Asni. Over the past ten years, the work of the Eve Branson Foundation has largely
What is the Eve Branson Foundation?
The mission of the Eve Branson Foundation is to improve the lives of young people in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco through business, education and health care initiatives. The Foundation provides them with educational opportunities, vocational training, access to work space, tools and other necessary resources to create marketable goods. As a result, more local girls and boys have the possibility of becoming economically self-sufficient and able to generate an income to support themselves and their families.
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