Salt Lake City, Utah, April 27, 2014: MAIR staff, Anas, Imane and Soukaina, or voccational training team 2 from Morocco visited Salt Lake City, Utah, for the purpose of receiving medical training in neuro-rehabilitation at three major institutions: the University of Utah School of Medicine, Neuroworx Clinic and IHC-Utah Valley Hospital. The training lasted one month. MAIR staff were received at the Salt Lake Rotary Club, the leading rotary club behind the rotary global grant that was used to fund this trip.
Rabat, Morocco, January 8th, 2014: Visite of Zahra Charity (ZC)/Rotary delegations to the children center managed by the Moroccan NGO, The Moroccan League for the Protection of the Child (MLPC). H.H. Princess Lalla Zineb is the current president of this great NGO. H.H. greeted the Zahra delegation, gave them a tour of her children center and had a private meeting that discussed the MAIR project and possible collaborations between ZC and MLPC.
Rabat, Morocco, January 18th, 2014: ZC/Rotary delegation met with H.E. Moroccan Minister for Higher Education. Beside the warm welcome and kind words toward our delegation, H.E. discussed with our delegation specifics regarding building the MAIR project, both short and long-term.
(July 15, 2011)
Main Purpose Behind The Zahra Charity
The main purpose of The Zahra Charity (ZC) is building a specialized Neuro-rehabilitation center (Moulay Ali Institute for Rehabilitation, MAIR) in Marrakech City, Morocco, as soon as possible. The Zahra Charity organization is a American 501©(3) Non-profit (EIN#30-0507924, founded in 2008) that will focus on building MAIR and help fix the current, severe deficit in Neuro-rehabilitation care in Morocco.
This lack of adequate Neuro-rehabilitation care is affecting a diverse patient population in Morocco: Children and Adults with neurological disabilities, patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBI), stroke related disabilities and spinal cord injuries. read more »
The Zahra Charity Mission Statement
The Zahra Charity (ZC) is the only American 501©(3)non-profit health and education organization dedicated to the advancement of the science of neuro-rehabilitation in Morocco, Africa. The beneficiary patient population will include, but not limited to: traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, stoke patients as well as Children with disabilities. read more »