The team, the children and the families at Centre Afaq were sad to see Molly Abraham, the MCT in-country project coordinator, leave Taroudannt last week.
Molly started working as a project coordinator for the Klevis Kola Foundation, MCT sisterâs charity based in London, in 2009 running the after-school and youth clubs, mentoring programme and outreach and advocacy services.
In January 2013, Molly arrived in Taroudannt in her new role as the in-country project coordinator. Due to her invaluable contribution to the street-connected children and families at the centre as well as the volunteer project, Molly has left an imprint in everyoneâs hearts in Taroudannt. Molly also contributed significantly to the start-up and running of both the identity paper project and mentoring programme in 2013. On top of this, she led the English class programme that takes place twice a week within the education support scheme, which has greatly benefited the children at the centre.
Molly will now work again full-time for the Klevis Kola Foundation in London, coordinating the children’s summer activities and family outreach and advocacy services until September, when she will start her postgraduate programme in social work at Kingston University. She will then continue to work part-time for Klevis Kola.
The valuable contributions of the in-country project coordinator role will not end here! Sarah, previously MCT’s UK project coordinator based in London, has now fully taken on the role in Morocco. Sarahâs long-standing involvement with MCT made it easy for her to familiarise herself with her new role and the whole team is enthusiastic about finally having her in Morocco with them for the upcoming year!
Lahyofek Molly and Sarah â we wish you both all the best in your new roles!