We are a small school but a huge educational project, which aims to help adults and children learn English and Spanish free of charge.
our project is based on contributing to education with love and peace, helping both kids and adults who can't afford the private language schools.
We are working hard for our projects which will be running all summer; this will include French, English and Spanish morning and evening classes in the street.
my name is mouhcine camel part of the association i born and studied in my beautiful town
Safi lies about 150 kilometers northwest of Marrakech and halfway between the two ocean ports of Casablanca and Agadir. The Portuguese occupied Safi in the early 16th century for about 30 years. During their rule of the city they built a citadel surrounding a military enclave
As a foreigner staying with Moroccans for a period of time, you will benefit and learn so much amazing and special things like the Moroccan traditions and customs. In addition, you will discover so many beautiful historical places
like: The Kechla is located about 500 meters off the coast. It was used as a prison until 1990 ....
surf spots ...
This project could involve children. For more information see our guidelines and tips here.
We're looking for volunteers (no commitment) to teach English. If you feel like giving back a little to essaouira and spending a few minutes teaching others how to speak your native tongue then drop me a message. No teaching experience necessary and above all we just want a positive attitude and a willingness to help others.
For the accommodation workawayes or volunteers will be staying with local host families like my family and our association friends families. all I can guarantee is that volunteers are going to stay in a decent places with very nice people and families by which they will interact with many people so they can know more about Moroccans and the way they are living in this beautiful country.
We provide 3 meals by day
port city of Safi may not be considered the biggest tourist hub of Morocco, but isn’t it said that the best things are the least expected? In this case, absolutely. Pack your camera, put on walking shoes and get ready to discover all that the road less traveled by has to offer.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week