The Fight to Free the Slums in Morocco

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“I live with my son, who is sick, and my granddaughter. I do not have any income.” In many areas of Morocco, the poverty disparity has continued to grow, leading individuals such as Rabia, who lives in the slums of Casablanca, to stress every day over finding a way to even pay for her five-euro bedroom.

For some, the idea of having something as simple as running water and a proper roof over their…

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