Marocaroundtheclock is a non-profit UK-based charity. We initiate and
co-ordinate charitable projects in some of the poorest regions of the developing world, focusing on health, education and community aid.
Or aim is to improve the living standards of people living in some of the poorest regions of the world. We strive to achieve this by
providing and improving the basics required for daily living, such as education, food, water, sanitation, shelter and clothing.
That may mean rebuilding and repairing a school house, improving toilet facilities, or providing a clean water supply to remote villages that have
never before had clean running water. It may also involve delivering donated medical and educational supplies to these communities.
Following an initial visit to Basra and the Marsh Lands of southern Iraq in January we are now well underway with our series of projects for 2011 and would really
appreciate any and all financial donations.
If you are interested in helping with our work, then please view our current projects to see if there is anything that you might
wish to get involved in. Help make a difference, it could change your life!
Our projects in southern Iraq have commenced, where we will construct a traditional Iraqi mudhif to assist with apsects of much needed cultural preservation and, shall be
undertaking two school projects to build toilet blocks and hand washing facilities. One will be in Basra and the other will be with the M'Hyatt community west of Qurna in the marsh lands.
To help all these cases though we need your help. Please visit our Donate page, or if you prefer, post us your donation to the shown address. Thank You.
Click HERE for more details on Iraq 2011.
Project 2010 has been focusing on the town of Ndiaoudoune which lies just north of Saint Louis in
north-west Senegal, by the border with Mauritania. It is approximately 4 hours drive from Dakar.
The principal aim of the project was to supply the main town of Ndiaoudoune as well as the smaller nearby villages with access to clean water.
The women and children had to walk a considerable distance every day to collect it. Rather than undertake this lengthy daily walk some people still
chose to drink the heavily polluted river water nearby. By installing stand pipes and water towers we provided the schools, mosque and general
community with access to clean water.
Project 2010 was a tremendous success and delivered all of its objectives on time and within budget. Phase 2 took place from December 2010
and ran into January 2011. This saw the laying of additional sub terranean water pipes and the erection of several new standpipes in the communities of Mbailer and Tode.
Click HERE for more details on Project Twenty-Ten.