We’re proud to share that Eve Branson has been commended by the Moroccan Royal Family for her tireless work to improve the lives of Moroccan people.

Image by Jack Brockway.

Awarded by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the title royal distinction of Officer of the Order of Ouissam Alaouite commends military and civilians who have contributed to Morocco in a rich, unique, and selfless way.

Eve is the founder of the Eve Branson Foundation (EBF), which provides a gateway to business, healthcare and education to young women in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco.

The provision of educational opportunities, vocational training, work spaces, tools and other necessary resources to Berber communities creates revenue for young women. 

This fabrication of profitable merchandise simultaneously grants life skills and autonomy to women who would otherwise have poor living standards.

Outside her work with the EBF, Eve runs successful events and initiatives that work to connect Britain and Morocco; most prominently through British Polo Day in Morocco.

HRH Princess Lalla Joumala of Morrocco champions Eve’s annual events in Morrocco saying

Eve is: “a wonderful ally and friend to my country, as well as a great supporter of our Moroccan-British friendship.” 

Image by Jack Brockway.
Image by Jack Brockway.

This honour is not just symbolic, it is a celebration of the inextricable link with Morocco that the Bransons have worked tirelessly to create. If you would like to make a donation to The Eve Branson Foundation you can do so here.

Congratulations Eve!