Sahara Spirit Foundation: Time to Create the Rain
By Hassane El Hammouchi
Rabat – The Sahara Spirit Foundation, who’s headquarters are based in Laayoune city, Morocco, believes that the preeminent manner to unlock human potential is through the power of creative fraternization. The foundation broadly indulges people through empathising with their sufferings, hardships and loads. Through its main causes which are namely education, health and human rights, the Sahara Spirit Foundation gained trust and managed to push individuals for the sake of rejoicing with a brighter and better life.
Regardless of where the Sahara Spirit Foundation (SSF) members land their feet, they try their best to place a goal in front of their eyes and set out to achieve it, whether this goal is to improve awareness of global health, defend human rights, raise issues of women’s persecution or create economic growth.
SSF is a global initiative headed by both of its founders, the Chairman Kherr Yahdih and Mohamed Dekkak, the Executive President of the Foundation. These two figures are inductively convening individuals who possess power to act positively by tracing a powerful impact on people’s hearts through the implementation of important projects which work in favor for the people in need. These aforementioned purposes come along with helping members to bind, team up, and make effective and measurable adherence to action.
SSF has an overall aim to be achieved, amongst many others, the first of which is to provide an equality of opportunities to all students whom are living in Morocco and ensuring a socially just education that does not leave any student behind. They must also consider them all as equal individuals, without forgetting the fact that they all have different learning needs that should be taken into account.
Moreover, the Foundation aims to leap forward on education in Morocco with a method emulator to the next century. Thismethod encourages people to embrace a successful methodology of education, similar to that of Japan and Singapore and taking into consideration macro-details that we as Moroccans could adopt.
With this mixed-methods approach, the SSFaims to make students more active, creative and participative in the overall development of the Moroccan society by providing them with an equality of opportunities in order to reflect on their lives and the lives of other individuals in the society they live in. This foundation will provide students with critical insights into how one’s society could be improved by including all of the members of the Sahara society in the achievement of these goals.
For further information, you can visit the foundation’s website: http://saharaspirit.org/
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