«…The environment must be regarded as a national wealth whose protection is a collective responsibility of present and future generations alike…
The projects already carried out and those to come, must now obey strict specifications that reflects Morocco’s ambition to be part of a progressive policy that reconciles the imperatives of socio-economic development and the preservation of the environment and sustainable development. »
His Majesty King Mohammed VI, 30th July 2009
In Morocco, it must be said that environmental problems are numerous, complex and constantly mutating. Individual efforts that aim to participate in the protection of the environment are important but of little impact in the long run. What is actually needed is a genuine global strategy of preserving the environment with the involvement of all citizens (representatives, local authorities, civil society, population and so on).
Among the things that constitute environmental problems in both the village and the valley of Ait Bougumez:
In the light of these observations, it is clear that this situation must not last and something must be quickly done to save what is left to save through the involvement of all. Tifawine tries through its actions to help preserve the environment, promote the development of resources and raise the villagers’ awareness about ecology through the following actions: