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: 175
To Date: 5165
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 Morocco is one of the Peace Corps oldest programs. Since 1963, the generosity of spirit, friendship and genuine care that Moroccan communities, families, and officials lend to Peace Corps volunteers have made the Kingdom a welcoming place for over 5,000 volunteers. As a Peace Corps Morocco Volunteer said, 'I am still amazed how many people in my community welcomed me into their homes without hesitation. They embraced me from day one, and I will never forget that.'

Susan 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 purpose of the Media Center Project is to provide the local community with free access to technology. This grant …

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This project is an enhancement and extension of the local health and fitness program. I have witnessed people lose between …

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