Traversée thérapeutique dans le le haut Atlas organisée par les Foyers Rives du Rhône (Suisse) et l'agence Désert et Montagne Maroc (Ouarzazate - Maroc) au profit de personnes souffrant de problèmes de dépendance par rapport aux produits stupéfiants ou de dépendance au sens large.
Zomba Prison Project is a Grammy-nominated recording featuring music composed and performed by prisoners at the maximum-security Zomba Central Prison in Malawi. The album “I Have No Everything Here” was produced by past Grammy winner (Tinariwen) and author Ian Brennan, and nominated in the Best World Music Album category for the 2016 Grammys.
After starting the construction of Noor I, Morocco biggest solar power station, MASEN and other partner found MOROCCO SOLAR FESTIVAL, festival of green technologies, environment protection and art, and of course photography.
Every year Taznakht city organize a festival that celebrate Ouazguiti carpet.
Ouazguiti carpet, is one of the famous traditional carpet in Morocco, mainly made in Taznakhet region, by Amazigh women.
Some say that it looks a lot to carpet from Yemen, and maybe there is a relation between Moroccan Amazigh, and Arabs of Yemen.
Therapeutic Hiking, Crossing the Moroccan desert organized by Les Foyers Rives du Rhôn (Switzerland) and Désert et Montagne Maroc travel agency (Ouarzazate – Morocco) for the benefit of people with addiction problems to narcotics, This crossing is therapeutic in that it promotes the balance between body functions and those of the heart and mind.
Every spring, nomadic Saghro in the South East of Morocco, leave their pastures and migrate with their herds of goats, sheep and camels, their entire family and belongings. These caravans set off to cross the Dades valley and climb on the southern slopes of the Atlas mountains over 3,000m for the summer months. They will finally reach the Izourar lake and its highlands and pastures. Some set up their tents and make camps there; while others will continue to the north side of the Atlas and set up their temporary camps for summer.
The Ait Atta are a group of the Amazigh population of Morocco, originating from the Sahara. Jbel Saghro is their original fief or homeland. They spread out around in the valleys of Tafilalet, Ziz, Draa and Dades living a transient nomadic existence.