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Eve Branson Foundation update - June 2020

An update from The Eve Branson Foundation: With a heavy heart we had to temporarily shut down The Eve Branson Foundation craft centres in March in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the closing of markets and loss of overseas tourists, many local people in the Asni valley region have seen their only means of income …
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Virtual Berber bread making class

Bread the Berber way Morocco has an incredible culinary scene, and whilst the tagine might be one of the most well recognised dishes globally, the most widely eaten food in Morocco is in fact Berber bread. Berber bread – or ‘Agroum’ as it is called locally – has been around for centuries and is eaten with almost every meal! I …
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Kasabah Tamadot: The red gold

It’s been 5 years since Kasbah Tamadot joined forces with the Tiwizi Association to sponsor the set-up and maintenance of a saffron farm in the Atlas Mountains which is now a roaring success. The Tiwizi Association was created to help the local Berber community in Asni through a range of projects from offering alphabet c …
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Kasbah Tamadot: Meet our master tea-maker Mohammed

As you wander through Kasbah Tamdot , over the pretty tiled floors and past fountains filled with rose petals, you’ll enter a quiet courtyard and spot some traditional Moroccan seats and a table with a pot of freshly brewed mint tea – that’s where you’ll find Mohammed, one the most wonderful tea makers in the whole of Morocco …

A little bird told us...

RT @EliudKipchoge: Last weekend I had a wonderful time visiting the Masai Mara with my family. As you can see in the video, I met some bea…