Through its “Let’s Keep Them Warm” charity action scheduled for February and other initiatives
Volunteer: Young engineering students from the National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis (Ensias) have a philanthropic streak. Proof of this is their many charitable actions throughout the Kingdom.
‘Let’s Keep Them Warm’. The name is chosen to organize a socio-medical caravan in Idigl-Nikt, in the province of Taroudant by the Club of the National Initiative for Human Development (CINDH). As part of this social club at school, young students prepare, according to it, “several charitable activities in favor of people in difficult situations”. Between days dedicated to orphans, care, construction of wells, the activities are constantly increasing. For now, they have just launched this activity in this winter season to be ready for the date of the convoy set for February 17, 18 and 19. As a prelude to these days, they prepare and collect donations from kind-hearted people who wish to contribute to this initiative.
310 families targeted
To this end, a collection of donations is organized to help “310 families to overcome their suffering in terms of lack of means of living”. By informing about this initiative, the club and its students also wish “to have the contribution of several people who can help with this charity”. Thus, the CINDH invites all strata of society to contribute to meeting the needs of the inhabitants of these douars and welcomes their requests for information, whether by contacting the pages of the Ensias club (National School of Computing and Analysis of systems) or the numbers indicated in the poster of the event. All while expressing their determination to accomplish this annual action which is in its 10th edition. As for the choice of this region, it is justified, according to the same club, by the fact of being “a mountainous, remote and deprived area of Morocco”. “Added to this is the presence of cases in a difficult situation, in particular the disabled, and a large number of widows who find it difficult to support their families in these circumstances”, details the same source.
And that’s not all ! The socio-medical convoy is the most important activity of the National Initiative for Human Development Club, which is why it mobilizes all the members of the club. “It aims to help these families scattered over 7 douars, to distribute clothes to keep them warm during the winter, food parcels including various products and necessities for a decent life, books and games for children, in plus examinations and medical assistance provided by the Espace Cadre association, which accompanies us each year to the destinations of our convoys, ”adds the club. This leads to other actions.
A nursery in Azilal
It is also a recent activity of the club. This is “the construction and equipment of a crèche called “Iqraa” (Lis) for children in the Ait Ouasnoun region in Douar Zegda in the Azilal region”. The club explains the choice of this region by “the teaching conditions which are harsh there and the difficulty of integrating children into preschool education”. “The idea was born to alleviate the intensity of this problem by providing a space for preschool education. The objective being to contribute to reducing these problems of integration and difficulty in continuing the school courses of the children of the douar while facilitating access to the rest of their course thereafter”, details the club which built and equipped this nursery since the beginning of May 2022 to be delivered last October. As a reminder, the National Initiative for Human Development Club, founded in 2007 by engineering students from Ensias, is part of the non-profit humanitarian social clubs. Commendable.