what we do?

We develop field projects to conserve water, biodiversity and ecosystem services.

Science and best practices

Protecting water, soil and biodiversity must be based on sound scientific knowledge and an approach that embraces the best of both modern and traditional practices.

Nature based solutions

Nature-based solutions make it possible to protect, sustainably manage and restore natural and modified ecosystems, responding to society’s challenges while benefiting people and nature.

Collaboration and mobilization

Nature protection must involve all institutional and civil stakeholders, and be based on a dynamic of awareness, mobilization and collaboration.


We are working to improve the conservation of water and wetlands, which are fundamental to life and the maintenance of ecosystem services.


We are committed to transforming agriculture towards a more sustainable model, by improving the capabilities of land and water users.


We help conserve and improve knowledge of biodiversity through field projects in partnership with local populations and authorities.

Empowerment & Awarness

We develop campaigns to raise awareness and promote cultural heritage that has a positive impact on biodiversity.

Our Mission

Based on the specific characteristics of each territory, we build field projects in partnership with our national and international partners to improve the state of conservation of natural resources while strengthening the resilience of local communities.

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of Moroccan fauna is endemic, and its disappearance at local level implies extinction at global level.
m3 of drinking water is available per capita per year, compared with an average of over 2,560 m3 in 1960.
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of Morocco's vascular plants exist nowhere else and are often threatened by habitat destruction.
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of Morocco's surface area is still covered by forest, compared with a world average of over 15%.
Atlantic cedar (Cedrus atlantica) forest. Atlantic cedar is native to the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and Algeria in northern Africa. Middle Atlas, Morocco
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women (or 8% of the total population) depend on forest resources for their livelihood.
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