Student Volunteers Work to Improve Rural Settat Schools

Student Volunteers Work to Improve Rural Settat Schools

Morocco World News

By Safaa Kasraoui

Rabat – Students have voluntarily organized to rehabilitate the group of Madaha Elementary Schools outside Settat.

The students, affiliated with the Tech-Sharing Club for Student Development at Settat’s University of Science and Technology (FSTS), divided tasks to refurbish and renovatethe schools’ facilities from April 21 to 23.

“The students have been divided into several groups. Each group took care of a specific area of the school,” said El Houssaine Brihim, president of the club. “While some have been in charge of painting the school’s walls, others have been assigned to do the gardening and forestation work.”

Student Volunteers Work to Improve Rural Settat Schools

The students also collected books and put together a library in the school.

Founded in 2012, the Tech-Sharing Club for Student Development aims to help develop educational and health conditions in rural sites surrounding the city of Settat.

“The club is making efforts to achieve its objectives through several activities, including roundtables, seminars, workshops, humanitarian caravans, cultural activities, and solidarity events,” El Houssaine Brihim told Moroccco World News.

About 40 club members, all students a the FSTS, have taken part in the improvement of the external and internal conditions of the school.

By the end of this school year, the club’s volunteers are intending to organize several activities, including school conselling week, and a voluntary project for Ramadan. The club aspires to provide about 200 families with the primary elements they will need during the month.

Student Volunteers Work to Improve Rural Settat Schools

Student Volunteers Work to Improve Rural Settat Schools

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