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We lead youth to think creatively and develop innovative project ideas
We train youth in developing their soft skills and prepare for the job market
Tamdoult (also Tamedoult, Tamdlt; Arabic: تمدولت ) was a medieval city located near the Draa river south-east of Akka, Morocco. It was an important and flourishing stop in the Trans-Saharan trade route, linking Nul (Asrir) and Ouadane to Sijilmasa, Massa and N'fis. The city was founded in the second century BC. In the ninth century, one of the sons of Idriss II, founder of the Idrisid dynasty, who had been given a principality in the Sous to reign over the Lamta tribe.
The city and its fortress were allegedly destroyed in the 14th century by a king of the Marinid dynasty. Today, the shrine of Sidi Mohamed ben Abdallah Ichanaoui is the only surviving structure in the ruins site (Wikipedia). We named our association after this medieval city to make its history alive and a will of the resurrection of the big role that our region once played in the past.