Looking at the Link between ‘Little Maids’ and Single Mothers in Morocco
Heading up the stairs of a house in suburban Casablanca, a wave of children’s voices and flurry of movement create a sense of shared space and solidarity. This is a safe haven run by non-government organisation INSAF (National Institute for Solidarity with Women in Distress). Each floor of the building is filled with ladies going about their business — some lounge on couches breastfeeding babies, others sit patiently waiting for appointments with social workers, small children tugging at their clothes, staff croon to a crowd of noisy infants in the nursery as their mothers learn to cook, cut hair and sew.
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