Pilot project:
Tiskmoudine Regenerative Project

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Located in the South of Morocco, the village of Tiskmoudine is a regenerative hospitality pilot project, developed by 700’000 Heures and Regenopolis and made possible thanks to the collaboration of the local community of Tiskmoudine and the Global Heritage Fund. This pilot project is a promise for the traveler to experience the daily life of the village, and to discover the richness of its heritage, the extent of its culture and the ancestral knowledge of its inhabitants.

This project aims to revitalize economic activity, recreate the social fabric, empower the women of the village, restore cultural heritage and regenerate natural ecosystems.

Regenopolis, 700’000 heures, the local community of Tiskmoudine and the Global Heritage Fund have initiated and are supporting 6 regeneration projects:

  • The creation of a salt-dried caper leaf production cooperative to contribute to the economic development of the village.
  • The creation and/or embellishment of existing infrastructures to encourage women’s work and increase the attractiveness of the village of Tiskmoudine and the visibility of the works produced by the cooperative.
  • The creation of a hospitality services cooperative to train the local population in hospitality.
  • The organization of creative workshops for children to contribute to the education of the children and to free up productive time for the women of the village.
  • Women’s vocational training to strengthen women’s empowerment.
  • Monitoring agroforestry projects to help restore degraded soils.