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Jamila Bargach

Jamila Bargach is currently a Fellow at the Oak Institute for Human Rights, Colby College, and Executive Director of the not-for-profit organization DAR Si Hmad in Southwest Morocco. Previously executive director of a Shelter in Casablanca for Women and Children in precarious conditions, recipient of the Vera Campbell Fellowship in the School for Advanced Studies (Santa Fe, BM 2010–11), Ford Fellow of Islam and Human Rights at the University of Atlanta (2002–4). She received her PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Rice University, Houston, TX, in 1999.

Can Harvesting Fog Help to Counteract Droughts and Human Displacement?

Kerill O'Neill speaks with Jamila Bargach about Dar Si Hmad, the largest functioning fog collection project in the world.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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