Rachida pours the tea in the communal kitchen

Loss of homes and identity: Life for women and girls after Moroccan earthquake
‘Can I see your tent?’ I ask Mostafa, who is camped out beside the rubble of what used to be his home. The Morocco earthquake in September destroyed it completely and killed his wife Zineb’s mother and brother. Mostafa is waiting patiently to rebuild and he and Zineb are sharing their family tent with two young female family members and Zineb’s father. ‘With pleasure, come in,’ he invites me.