When Zineb was 6 years old, her father sent her away to another family. Thinking she was going on vacation, Zineb went happily, only to find that she was sent there to work as a child laborer: to cook, clean, and take care of the kids in this new family. The work conditions were extremely difficult and the family continuously mistreated her. For years, Zineb had no one to go to for support. Many times she tried to run away, only to be sent back by her father to work again.

Finally, she decided to run away and never return home. Zineb went from city to city all over Morocco, living on the streets, trying to find odd jobs here and there. In the spring of 2014, she gave birth to a daughter and became a single mother. A few months later, she found an organization in Marrakech that supports single mothers and it was this organization that recommended her to come to Amal.

Zineb applied to Amal to learn skills and gain experiences in order to find a steady job so that she can become financially independent to support her baby. Currently, Zineb is in her mid-20s, graduated Amal, and has a stable job at a riad. She says that she has high hopes for her future.

We hope that with your help, we can support more women like her. #amalforwomen

Training Program

We empower trainees like Zineb to gain tools for her to succeed in the world of work

Training In The Restaurant

Our trainees work in our restaurant to gather real life experience through learning how to prep, cook, serve and work to develop skills in a professional setting.

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Training In The Classroom

Amal, working with many trained professionals, offers classes to our trainees in order to complement their training in the restaurant and beyond

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Special Classes
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Besides regularly scheduled classes in the classroom, Amal partners with local organisations and international professionals to offer special classes for our trainees!

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