The kernel at the heart of progress
In south-western Morocco, groups of women have formed cooperatives to harness the natural wealth of their region, in the form of argan oil. Matteo Fagotto reports on an ancient craft and how their lives have changed
It’s mid-morning and the sun shines high on the stone houses of this small rural town, just 25 kilometres from the frenetic port city of Essaouira, Morocco. Inside a barren, freshly white-painted building sit a dozen women, wearing long dresses and...
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