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Created in 1999, Al Jisr Association has the privilege of being placed under the Honorary Presidency of His Majesty King Mohammed VI and has benefited from the Recognition of Public Utility since 2007. Al Jisr sets itself the mission of contribute to the awareness and mobilization of private companies for their involvement in education through the sponsorship of schools.


Founded in 1992 and recognized to be of public utility, the AMH Group creates services carrying a high social impact in order to build a more inclusive society in Morocco. Our social entrepreneurship group has been working in healthcare, autonomy, education and vocational training.

Amis des écoles

Amis des Écoles is an NGO committed to promoting the dignity, equality and respect for school children in remote rural environments in Morocco. Since 2006, Amis Des Écoles has renovated 380 classrooms, installed 420 toilets, built 152 water fountains, planted 8,736 trees, supplied 30 libraries, distributed 26,000 books and we are just getting started.


AFEM is an independent professional association of Moroccan women entrepreneurs who share a common vision and interests. It was founded in September 2000 and represents women entrepreneurs in various economic institutions while serving as a liaison between the public authorities and other institutions. Since May 2006, the association has been a leader in supporting women entrepreneurs through "Casa Pionnières", the first women's incubator in Morocco and the MENA region dedicated to promoting the creation of businesses by women. AFEM is one of the first Moroccan professional associations to have obtained ISO 9001 V 2000 certification for the development of women's entrepreneurship and assistance in business creation.

Association des jeunes créateurs – ajcmaroc- Association of Young Creators

The Association of Young Creators (ajcmaroc) was created on January 13, 2013 in Guelmim, a city in southwest Morocco. The association is an extension of the "Club of Young Creators", established in 2003 at the Faculty of Letters and Humanities of Agadir, and it aims to encourage the creative skills of young people and to accompany them in setting up their projects, in accordance with the principles of freedom of expression and civic responsibility.
The AJC hopes to contribute to the social development of young people through an accompaniment adapted to their aspirations and their modes of expression, upstream and downstream, and to citizen awareness.