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We're excited to announce our partnership with Pack for a Purpose.Pack for a Purpose allows hotels around the world to support local projects by suggesting lists of donations that guests may wish to bring in their suitcase and make a priceless impact in the lives of the local children and families.
If you're planning a trip to Kasbah Tamadot, you can get involved in the following projects. Click here to see what you can bring to help the community.
Asni Crèche: Is the local activity centre for children living in remote Berber communities in the High Atlas Mountains. It needs a regular supply of learning materials, toys and fun games so that more children can benefit.
Girls Boarding House: School transportation in the Atlas Mountains is very limited and as a result many young students, particularly girls living in remote villages, drop out of school. The Boarding House was built to tackle this issue for girls aged 13-18 so they can complete their studies and have employment opportunities.
Eve Branson Foundation Crafthouse: The crafthouses offer training programs for young women in the High Atlas villages where they're trained by multi-lingual tutors to speak English and French, to embroider, knit and to create high-quality artisan products, from which they can generate a small income. Each crafthouse requires a regular supply of materials so that more young women can become economically self-sufficient.
Kasabah Tamadot: The red gold
28th August 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: Meet our master tea-maker Mohammed
1st August 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: The valleys and villages of the Atlas Mountains
16th July 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: We're number one
Kasbah Tamadot: Sweet treats in the gardens
8th July 2019
Kasbah Tamadot: Summer in Morocco's Atlas Mountains
24th May 2019
Guest blogger: A boutique stay in the Atlas Mountains
30th April 2019
Head Chef Yassine Khalal attends the Embassy Chef Challenge 2019
2nd April 2019
Kasbah Tamadot helps clean up
1st October 2018
Kasbah Tamadot: from garden to plate
6th August 2018