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Colouring pencils and Pads

Last visit I took some of these to the kids at the Synagogue in Mellah...Are they more deserved (for want of a better word, perhaps I mean needed) anywhere else? :)

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1. Re: Colouring pencils and Pads

atlas mountains and to villages on the way there

if u ever take a tour there, the guide will hand your good out to various kids during your tour.

adil did this with my tour with 4x4 camel

Edited: 6:28 pm, September 02, 2013
London, United...
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2. Re: Colouring pencils and Pads

On this trip I am not visiting the Atlas Mountains, though I did take supplies to the berber villagers last time I went :)

Any other suggestions? :)

Marrakech, Morocco
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3. Re: Colouring pencils and Pads

Orphanages/childrens' charities such as Atfalouna and Espoir. Second hand kids' clothing in good nick is also welcomed. Very good of you to think of the less fortunate.

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Where might I find these? :)

I do like to bring gifts when I visit!

Marrakech, Morocco
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5. Re: Colouring pencils and Pads


Centre de l’espoir Hôpital - Ibn Nafi

Amerchich - 40 000 Marrakech


Address: 48, Derb Jdid Bab Doukala – Marrakech

Tel : 05-24-37-77-14 | 06-77-53-81-11

email: ???.atfalouna@yahoo.fr

TA will not accept the spelling of the three letter word indicated by the question marks above. Think of a synonym for a donkey instead!

Edited: 8:04 am, September 03, 2013
Dublin, Ireland
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6. Re: Colouring pencils and Pads

A little Food for Thought on this topic:

1.Its better to give to an organisation than hand to kids during a tour - this promotes a handout/dependency culture and makes passers-by into beggars. See the thinkchildsafe website as well for info on how to be a responsible tourist and not give hand outs to street kids.

2. Its better to buy local and support the local economy than uncut it and bring in free stuff from abroad.

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