The argan tree has an international day as a pillar of sustainable development, and it has great importance due to its versatility as a means of financial gain, and its role in increasing resilience and improving adaptation to Climate, and for centuries the argan tree was the mainstay of indigenous Berber and Arab rural communities that developed a specific culture and identity , and shared traditional knowledge and skills through informal education, especially the unique knowledge associated with women’s work in the traditional production of argan oil .
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