cooperative “Adrar Nouh” is working on the initiative of
alternative and sustainable socio-economic development in the region
of High Central Rif, based on local challenges, where it promotes
innovative technologies based on traditional materials and
agricultural waste in the region, among them “Beldiya”
it realizes and collaborates in projects of application and diffusion
of new technologies, of valorisation of the architectural,
environmental and cultural heritage and of research.
President of the Cooperative
Since her end-of-career architectural project on “Hemp Building” (Berlin 1996) She undertakes as an independent architect (COAGR) in projects of ecological and bioclimatic architecture, the restoration of vernacular buildings and troglodyte heritage.
She founded Cannabric (1999) in Granada (Spain) where she produces building materials with plant aggregates from hemp, with low energy consumption and high thermal performance, designed for the Mediterranean region.
As a researcher and PhD student at University of Granada she has worked on international projects of building material design for sustainable development like the PNEEB-Typha in Senegal.
Since 2014 she works on a project of valorization of agricultural waste in the region of the High Central Rif in Morocco.
vice president of the Co-operative
As a native of Morocco’s historic cannabis farming region he abandoned his study in political sciences (Rabat 1974-1976) to defend the human rights of the Senhaya-Rif Berbers.
1999 he created the “Association of development of the High Central Rif” and since 2014 he presides the “Confederation of Associations of Senhaya of the Rif for Development” (CASRD) that focuses on activities that promote the alternative and sustainable Socioeconomic development in the region of the High Central Rif.
He represented international cannabis producing tribes through the first and second global forums of farmers of so called prohibited plants, organized by TNI, in sessions of UNODC in Vienna or UNGASS in New York and in International “post-UNGASS thematic Discussions “.