Dr. Hadia Aslam is on a mission to dignify refugees with access to healthcare.

Hadia Aslam, from United Kingdom
Dr. Hadia Aslam is on a mission to dignify refugees with access to healthcare.

The Ajala Project presents Dr. Hadia Aslam, a doctor changing the world. Hadia Aslam left a life of comfort to fly 3000km to single-handedly set up a medical and dental facility for refugees? The Ajala Project had the honour of interviewing Hadia Aslam on July 19th, 2016. What an inspiration! Being female, Asian, and a Muslim, Dr. Hadia…

An aircraft technician dreams to bring about a revolutionary change to the world. Cijal shares how travel has changed his life

Cijal Rahim, from France, Metropolitan
An aircraft technician dreams to bring about a revolutionary change to the world. Cijal shares how travel has changed his life

The Ajala Project presents Cijal Rahim, a nomad changing the world. Cijal Rahim, an Aircraft Technician who spends his free time providing aid and relief to disaster victims. Having traveled the world, Cijal has raised awareness for and helped improve the lives of underprivileged children across different nations Travel has broadened my perspective of this…

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…

 

What’s the best way to help people in conflict-affected communities? Hear from Melissa

Melissa Diamond, from United Kingdom
What’s the best way to help people in conflict-affected communities? Hear from Melissa

When the first world thinks of refugees, images of able-bodied adults on perpetual camping trips seem to be the common perception. Divisive social commentary meanders around the same theme: that these people in conflict-afflicted areas should be staying to “fight” for their country. You know, because fighting airstrikes with sticks and rocks is totally feasible,…