Argane Adrar Website Is Coming Soon
I first created ARGANE ADRAR as a tool to enhance the ancestral knowledge of the women of our village Imchguiguilne in the process of Argan oil extraction. To this end, ARGANE ADRAR pay fair wages to the women for their work, which involves crushing the Argan fruit (Afyach) to remove the kernels (Tiznine). The kernels are cold pressed by our machines to extract the precious Argan oil.
Not only is our village, Imchguiguilne, popular for Argan trees, it embraces also a heritage of Granaries from medieval times called in berber Igoudar, plural of Agadir, used to protect cereals and precious goods from any looting.
As President of the association “Imchguiguiln for development and cooperation” one of our primary goals is the restoration, preservation and valorisation of Igoudar (granaries) patrimony. This is to protect our culture and promote tourism
DR AIT ABDELLAH
MCHIGUIGLA – AIT BAHA