• Every Summer in Erfoud

Shuia b shuia, which means ‘Little by little’ in Dariya [a Moroccan Arabic dialect], is an organization ran by five young women in Catalonia. They met in a volunteer organization in 2014 in Morocco, and disillusioned by the organization they began with, they created their own in 2016. They run a summer camp in the area of Erfoud, Morocco, every August for two weeks to provide complementary education with local organizations and volunteers from Erfoud. Their Facebook page in Catalan and Castilian can be accessed here or you can find them on Instagram at Associació Shuia b Shuia.

Aina Gabarrell is a biotechnologist with a Master’s degree in Clinical Research and International Health. She is currently working as a researcher on mental health epidemiology.

María Olmos is a social worker and sign language interpreter, currently completing a degree in Speech Therapy.

Paula Cerdà Belda has a degree in Humanities.