The project activities are organised chronologically:

  • A regional database of hammam key stakeholders is first created in collaboration with project partners AMEE and the Moroccan Cooperative Listijmam WaRaha.
  • Once the database has been completed, social media and web platforms are established for each of the regional events.
  • An engagement case study hammam is identified in each of Rabat, Fez and Marrakech and will form the focus of an engagement event, facilitating multi-stakeholders’ co-production of realistic and feasible scenarios for ecological transitions, focusing on energy, water and indoor atmosphere for health and safety.
  • An engagement event will be organised in different regions of Morocco. The first event will take place online, due to the COVID-19 emergency and will involve all stakeholders. The virtual event is aimed at attracting several stakeholders in order to engage them to co-produce strategies for the three main engagement themes: energy, water and indoor environment.
  • Co-prodution of a toolkit for the hammam operators for the implementation of eco-Hammams practices. This will be done after the first online forum and will be fine-tuned after the two other evants with a final version produced at the end of the project.
  • Co-monitor Hammam stakeholders’ social media and web platforms to provide feedback on events, discussions and follow on initiatives and to measure the impact of each regional public engagement event soon after its completion and during the project.

Creative engagement activities seek to include the involvement of multidisciplinary and multi-sectoral teams of facilitators who will be working with the participants of regional events to co-produce ecological transition scenarios. These will be based on real case study hammam which will be selected in each of the three cities of Rabat, Fez and Marrakech. These case study hammam will continue to act as a regional anchor that will self-sustain future follow-up activities and initiatives for best regional practices in ecological transitions.