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A new school springs forth from the mud!

Wednesday, September 12 was the first day of class at the new bioclimatic school in Tiriguioute.

It was the first time the children from the Douar were able to take their seats in the new classrooms, and for us, it was the perfect opportunity to take a look back at this amazing project.

In fact, it took a workforce of 10 to 30 people some six months, from January to July, to build the new buildings and tear down the old ones.

In all, the project required 500 wooden beams of all sizes, 28 truck loads of gravel, 57 truck loads of aggregates, 918 m² of earth to make 15,000 bricks, not to mention 240 bales of reed and 175 bales of straw!

Congratulations to the architect Virginie Pauchet, to all of the Maalems who put their expertise at the disposal of the project, and to the employees of La Route Marocaine (LRM) who built a soccer and basketball field, much to the children’s delight!

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