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United Nations

There are many forms of travel, from most common historic cars, hotelier or knot up to the more adventurous travel backpacking, passing through rural tourism, camping, sports mini-trips or excursions to the montana or the desert. In addition to all these options, Marrakech offers another way, more human and supportive, of traveling: solidarity or cooperation travel to a developing country’s development that requires international collaboration to tackle its serious problems. Cooperation trips or philanthropic trips are intended to help people overcome their difficulties of survival and improve their everyday situation. The Moroccan economy, developing, depends on the income from tourism (about 7.5 million tourists in 207) which, however, not always revert to a substantial of the living conditions of the most disadvantaged improving crucially (those / ACE whose per capita income does not reach the national average of 1,673 euros a year). The United Nations promote tourism cooperation and emphasize the positive impact that this type of tourism has so much in the / traveller/a as in host communities. Education is one of the most important areas of cooperation between UNESCO and Morocco, where the figures are stark: 44.4 of population over 15 years old are illiterate, only 60 per cent of children entering nurseries and only 11% of the population reaches higher education (University u other). Given that public administrations efforts are insufficient, there are associations and private benefactors who are dedicated to helping youth get adequate schooling. Most of them offer scholarships, accommodation, free courses or assistance for their eventual entry into the labour market as well as the financing of educational material, transportation or even food. In addition to education, other hotbeds of implementation of assistance of private partners and associations exist whose aim is the improvement of the living conditions of the most vulnerable and needy. Fundamentally, there are two sectors which concentrates the efforts of these institutions: the health and infrastructure, which often are closely linked.

Dario Vasquez

Reminds us also of Roberto Rodriguez Gonzalez, that work-related stress appears as a result of the content or the intensity of labor demands or by organizational problems, the worker begins to experience negative experiences associated with the labor context, among which: apathy by labour, asthenia, difficulties in interpersonal relationships, decreased work performance, sadness, depression, psychosomatic symptoms which may generate the appearance of certain disorders psychophysiologic, like marked labor dissatisfaction. The truth, that the causes of work-related stress, its effects and its prevention takes different forms, however, it is important to prepare and train workers to cope with all the strong demands that the environment makes them with all available resources and thus adapt and solve objectively the every day problems they face. Therefore, management should ensure that the working conditions are good, that has been not only with proper ergonomics, but functions are well defined, avoiding about workloads, pressures, have good production processes, efficient administrative systems, participatory, proactive, leadership who knows how to motivate, collaborate with workers and help them provide the solutions required to difficulties that may arise in the Organization and affect its performanceIt is very important also, taking into account, that the attitude of each worker against the demands of their working environment is essential to prevent work-related stress, since depending on the attitude taken, the worker will be able to lift when dropped front a break, or immerse themselves more in anger, anxiety and depression caused by work-related stress. Therefore, it is very important to provide the means, tools that generate distress and everything that represent impediments in their total labour and social performance. Us adds Dario Vasquez, that specifying us on stress at work, take in count, this appears when the demands of the work environment exceed the capacity of people to deal with them or keep them under control (Banchs, Gonzalez & mulberry, 1997).