CASA VOLUNTARY WORK MOROCCO
CVW Morocco is, as its name suggests, a Moroccan NGO based in Casablanca, offering volunteer opportunities.
Casa Voluntary Work Morocco was founded in 2012 by young Moroccan leaders.
We organize different social activities. In particular, we international foreign language work camps that give the opportunity to children and young people to learn modern languages. We also organize environmental work camps as well as workshops of gardening and painting in public spaces in Morocco.
Our mission is to contribute to the fight against exclusion, illiteracy, openness to the others, and the embodiment of the tolerance spirit. Our goal is achieve a fruitful cultural exchange that enshrines friendship and peace between foreign teacher and Moroccan pupils and students. We also promote population mobility and the growth of the international spirit through innovation and creativity.
CVW’s most important activity is organizing international short term voluntary projects (work camps) in Morocco and sending volunteers to projects abroad. In addition, CVW coordinates long term voluntary projects of 1 to 12 months.
There are various ways how to participate. CVW work camp is a big opportunity to be part of new family.Volunteer work camps are made for people who have plenty of enthusiasm and initiative to work in a rural community area of Morocco , where volunteers from different countries can meet, live, work, learn and exchange their ideas with local people focusing on current environmental conservation issues (e.g. global warming, cultural heritage, social work, awareness program, rural and community development).
Why should you volunteer with CVW ?
What We Provide & What You Need To Bring
Local host families are carefully selected. They are welcoming and friendly. Staying with a family is a tool for CVW to give the opportunity to the participants to discover the Moroccan way of life and be immersed in the local cultural.
All the participants are kindly asked to respect the families environment and don’t behave against the local tradition.
We provide 3 meals per day. Usually you will take your lunch in your Program placement with the staff that you are working with, You can't work with an empty stomach!
We recommend to bring with you pedagogical supports to use them while you are teaching, e.g. printed exercises, games, songs.
For 2017 all our program will not take place in Casablanca, please check the location of each program.
Casablanca is a city with a large population in the country of Morocco which is located in the continent of Africa.
Only 5 to 6 hours of Volunteering per day! So let's discover Casablanca!!
Hassan II Mosque
The construction of this magnificent mosque took five years. 6,000 traditional Moroccan artisans worked on this masterpiece of intricate mosaics, stone and marble floors and columns, sculpted plaster moldings, carved and painted wood ceilings. It's the largest mosque in Africa, with room for more than 100,000 worshipers. Non-Muslims are not allowed to visit the inside space, but there's plenty to marvel at on the outside, and official tours do allow you to access certain parts.
Median means old-walled part of town and the local Medina is a great place to just get lost in as you explore the shops in little nooks and crannies. It offers a nice contrast to the wide streets and modern, dilapidated architecture that marks the rest of Casablanca. You can pick up some good bargains here on authentic wares and crafts. Also check out the Marche Central in the center of town for wonderful displays of food, spices and fish. It takes place daily along the Boulevard Muhammad V, which is Casablanca's busiest shopping street.
A huge garden with avenues lined with tall palm trees, ficus, arcades, pergolas and flower beds. It is Casa's biggest open space. It's a good place for games and walks, has a choice of small cafés and the Yasmina amusement park.
Sometimes referred to as the "South Beach of Morocco", or the "Blackpool of Morocco", the Corniche is a boardwalk lined with restaurants and nightclubs. It's here where local folks go to relax and have fun. Take a stroll down the Corniche if you've spent time inland and want to enjoy the sea breeze. It's a little out of the city center, so you'll need a cab. If it's hot, nip into one of the swimming pools owned by beach clubs and hotels along here.