Morocco

Peace Corps in Morocco

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Volunteers in Morocco work 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. 

Volunteers
Current: 206
To Date: 5052
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.

This year the United States Peace Corps celebrates 55 years of service to the people of Morocco. The 100th group of volunteers arrive to the Kingdom in September, 2018. These milestones are a testament to the strong friendship and partnership between the people and government of the Kingdom of Morocco and the United States Peace Corps.

Susan M. Dwyer, Country Director

Current Projects in Morocco

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 community High School has begun initiatives to establish its first interactive Resource Center and to restore its existing Library ...

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