Morocco

Peace Corps in Morocco

There are more than 160 Volunteers in Morocco working with their communities on youth development projects. During their service in Morocco, Volunteers learn to speak Moroccan Arabic (Darija). Some Volunteers also learn to speak local languages, including Tachelhit or Tamzight. More than 4,935 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in Morocco since the program was established in 1963. 

Volunteers
Current: 160
To Date: 4935
Program Dates
1963-present
Official Language
Arabic, Berber

Volunteer Openings in Morocco

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There are currently no Peace Corps Volunteer openings in Morocco.

Peace Corps Volunteers are able to see first hand the lives they are changing here in Morocco. They build the spirit of young people, helping them cope in a very challenging environment.

Steven Driehaus, Country Director

Current Projects in Morocco

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Support Projects in Morocco

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Contributions to the Morocco Country Fund will support Volunteer and community projects that will take place in Morocco.

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The goal of Project CLIMB is to empower fourteen youth in the local region of Souss-Massa to develop and strengthen their leadership skills through...

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This multi-faceted project aims to promote capacity building and direct service towards youth and the local community. This community has already p...

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