As part of the campaign for My Path, The Orenda Tribe beautified a public school in Ma'an. Community and school students were involved in this project and participated in painting a big mural and cleaning the school.
Azraq is one of the areas in Jordan that we are becoming fond of. It is an area that is full with kind people and has many stories to tell and since 2019 until today we worked and are still working on a number of projects there. For our 28th Art for Hope project we beautified a playground in Azraq to serve as a safe play area for kids from the community. A project funded by CIVIC.
The Orenda Tribe tailored an art workshop to guide young children to visualize their dreams in order to inspire them to pursue these dreams. We asked the children to draw their dreams on a piece of paper.
After that we gave them, a wooden star craft to build and paint with shapes, words and colors that resemble their dreams. The children took their stars with them and were asked to keep it as a reminder to pursue their dream.
In this workshop, The Orenda Tribe guided children who are going through Cancer treatment through building a wooden start craft and then painting it with colors that resemble their dreams and hopes, just before Make a Wish foundation distributed gifts to the children.
A workshop that aims to uplift the spirits of the young superheroes.
Salam a young girl who goes to school will live one of two scenarios. In one case she is empowered by her family to pursue her dreams in life no matter how big these dreams are and they support her all the way. While, in the other scenario she is forced to leave her school in order to marry an older stranger, which results in a life of suffering for her and the child she is responsible for when she barley can take care of herself at a young age. Learn more about this workshop on child marriage and girl's rights.