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Can an avenue for cultural expression provide Syrian refugees an opportunity to rebuild their homeland, Yara shows us how

Yara Tlass, from Syrian Arab Republic
Can an avenue for cultural expression provide Syrian refugees an opportunity to rebuild their homeland, Yara shows us how

The Ajala Project presents Yara Tlass, a jewelry maker changing the world Yara Tlass, founder of Watanili set up a foundation to provide Syrian refugee children with educational tools and and a creative space for self expression What is the main purpose of your initiative, Watanili? Our mission is to contribute to the re-building of…

They built a floating home on a self-sustaining island to be closer to nature, yet respecting it’s fragility

Catherine and Wayne King, from Papua New Guinea
They built a floating home on a self-sustaining island to be closer to nature, yet respecting it’s fragility

“Our aim is to live life in a sustainable manner that is in tune with the environment, the planet and resonates with our souls. We hope to live like this for the rest of our lives and show others that if you believe in yourself and live in resonance with who you are and with…

How quirky watercolor pet portraits are being used to support animal shelters?

Saria Saguaro, from Bangladesh
How quirky watercolor pet portraits are being used to support animal shelters?

Nobody loves the idea of using art for social impact more than we do, so when The AJALA Project heard one of our Artists actually creates portraits of pets to support local animal shelters in Bangladesh, we had to find out more. We especially love when we have Changemakers disguised as Artists, and vice versa.…