By Sara HADDOU AMAR, PhD As part of the National Strategy for Sustainable Development, and Morocco's efforts to reduce its environmental footprint by 2030, the Moroccan government is seeking to increase the percentage of hybrid or electric cars in the country. The plan is to gradually change its car arsenal by 30% in 2021, replacing old … Continue reading Towards a new environmental strategy: Morocco’s National plan to increase the use of eco-cars by 2021
Last week YaLa Alumni participated in a photo challenge. Participants from all over the region, including from Syria, Ghana, Palestine, and Israel, submitted photos from their weekend. Many photos included buildings and architecture, and they are pictured here.
Last week YaLa Alumni participated in a photo challenge. Participants from all over the region, including from Sudan, Morocco, Palestine, and Israel, submitted photos from their weekend. Many photos included nature and animals, and they are pictured here.
Language is my life-long challenge that has been most worth taking. On a sunny day in the summer of 2000, while watching my dad watch the news on CNN, I stood still, unable to understand a single word. I was terribly shocked by my dad's ability to react to what he was listening to. At … Continue reading A challenge worth taking – by Eman Gaza
In the past, people knew nothing about electricity. They used to use torches and candles to provide light in the long hours of the night and they used to poke the fire to get some warmth in the cold days. All of that have changed after inventing the electricity. People now can use electricity to … Continue reading Electricity, by W. from Gaza, or is it Yemen or Syria or Libya…