The delegation from Inter Campus is back in Sidi
Moumen, a tough suburb of Casablanca. This time the delegation worked
with 140 children and 10 coaches from the el
Massir association, on the pitch which has finally been
fenced off and protected in the midst of the council houses which are
being built to take the place of the shantytown.

Seregni, Raffaele Quaranta and Paola Balconi had the pleasure of
meeting the four new young female instructors who will follow both
the very young and the girls involved in the project. In
collaboration with Soleterre

work goes on to support people and especially girls in the quarter
where fundamentalism is strong among the inhabitants, who live in
poverty having been uprooted from their rural origins due to urbanisation. Following the morning theory session came practical
work in the shape of a tournament for the children who had been
presented with the new kit and photos of their heroes from Inter’s
first team. The coaches finished off the series with a couscous meal
all together, to say goodbye and arrange to meet up again in the