Closing the Morocco Project

As our last team leaves Morocco, we handed the project over to the locals, who will continue building shelters on a smaller scale for about a month.
During the entire project, we were working very closely with local businesses and individuals. The warehouse and purchasing was all handled by locals. Our primary objective was to take our teams to the villages and assist with coordination of the materials and build the shelters on site.
There are about a dozen young men who were working with us and they will take on the task of building, and will have others join when possible. We have built many friendships and had great people to work with. It was a wonderful opportunity to spend time with these people and has led to many relationships that will go on forever.
The holiday season greatly affects the number of people who will continue to help over the next few weeks, and in January the project will close altogether. Thank you to everyone who has helped to make this possible!

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