Cross-Cultural Solutions: Volunteer Abroad in Morocco

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Mint tea
Mint tea
Dying leather in Fez - pigeon poop is used to clean and remove tissues from the animal skins
Clean, fresh, local and the service was outstanding with a friendly helpful smile!!!!
Some of my wonderful happy English students!!! We learned "The Itsy Bitsy Spider" song and laughed every time we sang it with hand motions.
Here's looking at you!
English language and American culture students Farida, Zora and Muhamed.
English language and American culture students Zora, Chaimaa and Souad treating me to a boat taxi ride!


Four million people in Morocco live below the poverty line, three million of them in rural areas, yet many families living just above the poverty line also face severe inequalities in income distribution, health care, and living standards. In Morocco, the average years of schooling for a child is far below other countries in the region and even further below the global expected standards for children ages 5-16.

In Morocco, only 20% of girls have a secondary education compared with 30% of boys. Contribute to programs that encourage girls to fulfill their potential, while delivering public health solutions to improve overall well-being. Women undertake more than 7 times as much unpaid work than men. We’re working to empower women through education and support for economic activities.

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based on 17 reviews
  • Impact 9.4
  • Support 10
  • Fun 9.2
  • Value 9.3
  • Safety 10
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Yes, I recommend this program

Fantastic Program

Cross Cultural Solutions is an incredible way to immerse yourself in a different culture while simultaneously giving back in a meaningful way! Living with fellow volunteers and fellow Moroccans in a "homebase" provided a great, casual way to learn about Moroccan people, cooking, culture, etc, while making new friends!

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Yes, I recommend this program

I loved the program, staff, and volunteering in Rabat!

This was an amazing experience I will never forget. They really help you adjust and feel prepared, so I wasn't nervous arriving in Morocco. The staff was extraordinary and super friendly. Of course, you still should do your own research no matter where you go, along with the resources they give you. But this program was great!