The School of Hope stands in the middle of the Moroccan steppe, an adobe building without heating, but with a dedicated teacher who shows the nomad children the way to the future.
"What does 'hope' mean?" The teacher writes the name of the school. The children don't know the answer. Their lives are marked by increasing drought, the herd has to be taken care of, and the way to school is many kilometers long. But at school, the children enjoy carefree time to learn and play together. "Hope" means dreaming of a better future, the teacher explains. But not all children are fortunate enough to be able to emulate this dream.