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»After one woman learned to sew and paint with us, she excitedly remarked, ›Now I know I'm capable of something other than cleaning our house!‹«
»After one woman learned to sew and paint with us, she excitedly remarked, ›Now I know I'm capable of something other than cleaning our house!‹«

Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco is considered a religiously tolerant state. Foreign religious communities can practice their non-Muslim faith openly. The situation is different for Moroccan Christians, however. Family and social pressure on »apostate« Muslims extends to expulsion from their families, disinheritance or withdrawal of custody rights. In addition, law makes proselytizing among Muslims a punishable offense.
HOW WE HELP
We train a new generation of leaders in developing materials and courses for discipleship and church leadership
We train a new generation of leaders in developing materials and courses for discipleship and church leadership
We support local churches through evangelism and church planting
We support local churches through evangelism and church planting
Social Work Centers: We run training centers for women to gain manual skills, stronger self-confidence, and basics of the Christian faith more
Social Work Centers: We run training centers for women to gain manual skills, stronger self-confidence, and basics of the Christian faith more
Children's Ministry: sports activities, chore assistance and school trips
Children's Ministry: sports activities, chore assistance and school trips
FACTS & FIGURES
Capital: Rabat
Area: 720 000 km2
Population: 37 Mio.
Life expectancy: 74 years
Children mortality: 19 (per 1000)
Alphabetization: 74 %
Religions: 99 % Muslims, 1 % other (including Christians and Jews)
HOUSE OF HOPE
Our »Social Work Centers« have become the house of hope for many women. Here, women without school education learn to sew, paint and weave carpets. In addition, we teach them the basics of the Christian faith.
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