Mouna was born in Zaouia and has never had the opportunity to attend school. She married a man from a local village and is the mother of seven children: four boys and three girls. Mouna takes care of the housework and the children, and loves her work in embroidery as part of the cooperative.
She specializes in Hanbel rugs and jellaba buttons. Mouna enjoys traveling to Kenifra, and hopes one day to buy a new house for her family. Mouna sees the association as a wonderful source of income for the women of the village.
Naima is from Kassa Zaouia and is the mother of two children, one boy and one girl. She learned to weave in her home at a very young age. She joined Association Zaouia in 2012, where she sells unique handmade rugs.
Naima hopes that she can earn income from the association so that she may one day complete her Hajj.