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Struggling Moroccan youth find hope in cooking school
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7 July 2017
On 7 July 2017 The Associated Press reported:
A retired French chef is working to solve Morocco's youth unemployment crisis. Robert Labat, a former chef, is founder of Agape, an informal cooking school. The goal of the non-profit program is to train students for the work force, and its graduates are already finding solid work in Moroccan restaurants.
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