Association Internationale de la Femme Marocaine à l'Étranger (AIFME)
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2008-03-18 Paris France
18 Mar 2008, Paris (France).
Promote the role of women at national and international level, and fight against all forms of exclusion and discrimination against women and the family; act for development in the areas of agriculture, health, education of children and illiteracy and promote twinning of countries; support and promote projects of social and economic development for women; support and develop fair trade actions; organize humanitarian missions to save children with heart disease in developing countries; promote humanitarian actions in favor of rural areas; create, support and develop micro-activities, mainly for women; establish and maintain relations and exchanges between women in the Arab countries, Africa, Europe and America between different cultures and civilizations; collaborate and work in partnership in the framework of international cooperation projects; promoting women's participation at the international economic, political, social and cultural level.
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