The Maroccan Fatima Khouchoua just won the Prize 2014 for the Best Humanitarian Actions in Africa of the British NGO «Women 4 Africa».
Founding President of the association “Giving chances” that supports educational projects in Morocco, Mrs Khouchoua swiped the stake in front of three African associative activists (two of Nigeria and other one of Sierra Leone) also nominees for this prize.
According to promoters, she was rewarded for her experimental initiatives launched to encourage schooling and reading in schools situated in rural areas.
“I am delighted to have been able to win this prize that constitutes a tribute to Moroccan woman”, declared the prize-winner during the awards ceremony which took place last weekend in the British capital town.
Kindly note that Fatima Khouchoua has been putting a lot for years into social action of proximity in favor of children from poor families.
“Women 4 Africa” organization rewards African women who distinguished themselves in domains such us education, training, journalism, fashion design, company, defense of woman rights, humanitarian action and protection of girls against abuses and exploitation.
Original text by: Blaise AKAME