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This past Friday, Dec 4th, MCT was happy to host Natalie Turgut from the Consortium for Street Children (CSC) at the Centre Amane, on a flying trip to Taroudant to visit the Centre and learn more about MCT’s advocacy programs in Morocco.

As “Identity” is CSC’s 2016 research theme, and the subject of its upcoming Briefing Paper, Natalie focused her visit on MCT’s ID Project. She met with Zahira, the Centre Amane social worker in charge of both Civil Registration case support and health, to learn more about the birth registration process and the Centre Amane’s role in supporting ID paper access in Taroudant. Natalie also met with FAPE directors Abdellah Soussi and Hicham Ouaha, charged with ID, to discuss the recent publication of the “Guide to Civil Registration” and overall program strategy. Despite her packed schedule, we were pleased to have Natalie visit, and we look forward to future cooperation with CSC.