“Be the change you wish to see in the world” Mahatma Gandhi

Please donate to save the Children in the Atlas mountains from poverty, ignorance and extremism.
Visit the “For the Moroccan Atlas children: healthcare and education”: https://www.facebook.com/AwalAfganAkalYesWCan/?ref=settings
Please Donate to help Moroccan’s Atlas Children in Morocco, we will build for them healthcare institutions, schools,libraries, bring water and electricity to their villages, music schools, painting and most of all we will give them hope…… with your help we will change the world for the best . please donate 10 dollars or more or subscribe and become a sponsor for one children , there is no little or big donations, all the money count . love you all , in the name of humanity thank you.
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الهدف الأول للجمعية سيكون بناء المستوصفات الصحية والمدارس والمكتبات والإمداد بالكهرباء والماء الصالح للشرب وفك العزلة بتشييد الطرقات. الهدف الثاني هو خلق فرص الشغل للشباب والساكنة ككل حيث سيكونون هم من سيقومون بالبناء والتشييد وكذا السهر على المرافق الإجتماعية التي ستبنى بعين المكان.
هدا نداء لكل مغاربة العالم وكل الآمازيغ لكي تشاركوا بكثافة في هذا المشروع الإنساني الذي سيغير تماما ونحو الأفضل حياة الآلاف من الرضع والأطفال والنساء والمسنين.
هدف هاذه الحملة هو جمع 1مليون دولار ، ليس هناك مستحيل أمام المغاربة ، هذا مايعرفه عنا جيدا أعدائنا في داخل وخارج الوطن.
يمكن التبرع ب10 أو 500درهم اللي عطيتي مزيان، يمكن للأطفال أيضا أن يتبرعوا فنحن هنا نبني مستقبلا أفضلا لهم.
هاذه صدقة جارية سيكتبها الله في ميزان حسناتكم أنتم وأجدادكم وأبنائكم وأحفادكم.
تأكدوا إخواني المغاربة أنكم بمشاركتكم في هاذه الحملة الإنسانية فإنكم تساهمون في بناية مغرب قوي ومستقبل أفضل لأولادكم.
من أجل التبرع المرجوا تسجيل إعجابكم بالصفحة ثم النقر على الرابط التالي
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يمكنكم كتابة المبلغ الذي تريدون التبرع به و إدخال بيانات بطاقتكم البنكية.
من فضلكم إحتفظوا بإيصال الدفع. شكرا لكم

Volunteer with Kedai Jalanan Malaya University-Kuala Lumpur Saturday 16th 2019

What a great day, Friday March 16th 2019, i had the opportunity to participate as a volunteer with magnificent friends from all over the world, more than 20 countries (Morocco,
Cameroun,Algeria,Australia, ,Malaysia,Iran,Bangladesh,Yemen,Thailand,Iraq,Turkey,Japan,India,Singapore,England,China,Nigeria,Chad,Pakistan,Sudan,Indonesia……., They all gathered on a weekend just to bring happiness and joy and hope to other humans who are suffering from poverty and loneliness.
Kedai Jalanan essentially means “Street Store” in Malay. It is a social community project started by the Gender Studies Unit of University Malaya, to offer usable items to the homeless and urban poor in Kuala Lumpur at their monthly pop-up free market.
Just seeing the happy faces of children was a great joy . The volunteers were very special, a lot of beautiful energy and good vibes surrounding them , all were happy and smiling . The Universe is clear : You get what you give. You give to others happiness and joy, you receive happiness and joy.

Volunteer and social work can only bring you good and meet great friends , so i advice all the youth to start volunteering and always be nice to others 🙂

A call from the heart to unite and to provide clean, safe drinking water to the village of Falange Gangajamuna Nepal

I met Ganesh ( Ganesh or Ganesha the elephant-headed God is a very popular God in Hinduism) 30 years old during my trek to the Everest Base Camp in Nepal January 2019, it was the first time i traveled to this beautiful country, normal to be a little nervous about the unknown but fortunately i had the chance to meet very nice people who made me feel like if i was home. Ganesh was my guide during 14 days , nice professional funny and human, when he told about his village and about his dream , i knew that my observations towards him were true. his village’s name is FALANGE gangajamuna Municipality of Dhading District, around 1 hour drive from Kathmandu, the village suffered a lot from the last devastator earthquake which hit Nepal in 2015, many villagers died many houses destroyed, no insurance and no compensation received from the State 😦 the villagers have been left alone and have been fighting since to build their village as they can.

Ganesh’s dream is simple : bringing clean, safe drinking water to the village and improving the quality of live of the villagers ( Newborns, children, pregnant women, eldrly …)

Dear angels and colleagues and friends from all over the world i thing Ganesh and his village deserve our help, as a doctor the Hippocratic oath is clear : helping and serving humanity and humans no matter is their color of the skin, their ethny their religion, their sexual orientation or their political views…… (i hate politicians , i can not afford it because they destroyed the world but i will not hesitate to treat for example their acute hemorrhoid crisis if they come to the emergency room , just an example ). Gansh has a noble dream , water is life , The village of FALANGE is situated 25 km from the river , they need money to by a tank and pipes so that every house will receive supply in clean safe drinking water. if the water is polluted it generates diseases and death 😦 . Dear angels whoever you are you can change this , you can give a new life to 65 families , this is the approximate number of houses in the village. In the photos above, there is Ganesh with Bim in Namche Bazaar, Ganesh with me the photo was taken on day two in the airport of kathmandu (Kathmandu to Lukla), the other photos show the archaic houses in the village , they made the houses by tin, Ganesh told me that the houses are very hot during hot season and very cold during cold season, photos also shows the construction of a shelter for the kitchen and a sleeping place in the corner. the man in the photo is Ganesh’s father he is sitting near the house trying to follow the doctor’s advice to stop smoking ( he has recently had troublesome pulmonary symptoms) . Let me remind you that the Villagers have no income a part growing rice.

So they are counting on you dear angels, friends colleagues medical students and everyone who value the right to all humans to leave in dignity . thank you for your time and future donations that will definitely change the life of Falange’s village .

Bank name: Himalayan Bank

Account name : Ganesh Bahadur Simkhada

Acount number: 01905616070017

Swift: HIMANPKA

Everest Base Camp January 2019 Day Nine: Lobuche 4930m to Gorakshep 5140m to Everest Base Camp 5364m

Today was the big day, i woke up at 6 AM, after a quick breakfast we started our trek to Gorakshep, no altitude sickness but a flu started to show up, the will to finish the trek was above fever and throat sore, so in joy all the three of us continued walking, our path was mostly regular , at some points we met slippery places so be careful while walking on it, we arrived to Gorakshep after 3 hours trekking , just the time to have a cafe then we started to walk toward Everest base camp, Bim our porter choose to stay in Gorakshep. The description of the agency was right it is the most rewarding section of the trek. Our trail winded up through rocky path , dangerous part My guide Ganesh advised me to keep silent and to move fast, sometimes a rock avalanche can be bad . the view of the Mountains was magnificent as usual, Mount Nuptse, Mount Lho-la and mount Khumbutse appeared at a stone throwing distance, after two hours trekking from Gorakshep Finally we arrive at the Everest Base Camp, very windy and soo cold but the success warmed us up. I had to remember and honor my family and teachers and friends and also because trekkers are Family i wanted to honor two magnificent trekkers Louisa and Maren who were cowardly assassinated in the Moroccans Atlas mountains just because the Moroccan government along with European governments are incompetent cowards and corrupted , Louisa had a dream to visit Antarctica, i could not go there so i brought her and Maren to the Himalayas where there is snow and cold too :). Now their spirit is flying high at one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
I had to Honor my white coat and my stethoscope, thank you for being my friends and partners 🙂 i felt also the ethical responsibility to honor all the good doctors in this earth dead or still alive who believe in the Hippocratic oath and defend their patients . Ganesh took some photo souvenirs two, then we return back to Gorashep, after lunch we gathered around the heater , too many good feelings , this trek had definitely changed something inside something at the spiritual level. after dinner i went back to my frozen room , i do not feel good at all, fever and sore throat , i did not brought medicaments with me that was my big mistake…… it is known that doctors are the bad patients isn’t ? 🙂 let see tomorrow if i can make it to Kala patthar 5545m

Everest Base Camp Trek January 2019 Day Eight: Dingboche 4410m to Lobuche 4930m

Day Eight, i woke up at 6AM, in joy happiness and frozen testicles 🙂 yes dear fellows, the temperature was minus 30 degrees in the middle of the night . I meditate a little to give time to my organs to calm down so i can urinate in peace. then we had breakfast and started our trek to Lobuche. We were lucky the weather was good and sunny , The circuit had some interesting ups and downs but not as difficult as the circuit between Lukla and Namche Bazaar. We stopped to have lunch in Thukla at the Yak Lodge then we resumed our way. 30 after we arrived to a Memorial place where many Brave trekkers who lost their life during the Mont Everest quest are honored, in that place you can only feel respect and love and peace of soul and praying for their souls and for their families. I took a lot of photos and a special photo with Rob Hall’s Memorial, Rob Hall was
 New Zealand mountaineer  best known for being the head guide of a 1996 Mount Everest expedition in which he died, along with a fellow guide and two clients. We arrived in Lobuche after 6 hours trekking, i found a nice lodge managed by Santos a nice young Nepali man, of course i couldn’t afford to ask him if he was Spanish or Mexican 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 i also was pleasantly surprised to find a nice sunny room and correct outdoors toilets (in the middle of the night i you want to pee you may catch a pneumonia 🙂 ), after lunch i went out to visit the place i took more photos , always the same breathtaking view and indescribable feeling of freedom , oneness of the spirit and happiness. At 4 PM we gathered around the heater to warm up all together, then i went to my Frozen room , tomorrow is the big day : Everest base camp day 🙂