Projects We Love!

Projects We Love!

Here are some wonderful projects that are inspiring and working to make the world a better place to live in 🙂

For more information about these projects, please visit their websites.


50 Women’s Projects

The 50 Women Project is the umbrella name for two unique benevolent ventures: the book “50 Women” and the 50 Women Foundation.

“50 Women” is a book collection of stories told by women from different countries around the world.  The 50 Women Foundation is a project based non-profit organization which seeks to assist other international aid organizations on projects concerning international women’s issues. For more information about the 50 Women Project, please visit

If you are a woman, or concerned about women’s issues, you can help in any way you feel inspired to do so:

  • Read the stories of the women who were courageous to share their stories with the world to inspire other women.

  • Spread the word about this project and share the stories with other women who might need such an inspiration.

  • Contribute Your Story if you feel that it might inspire other women around the world.

If you would like to contribute your story, please contact Jessica Buchleitner at

Jessica Buchleitner, is the Creator of the 50 Women Project. She is an actress, author, blogger, motivational speaker and enjoys climbing mountains. She is based in San Francisco, CA, USA.

Since she was a child, Jessica wanted to change the world. After hearing countless stories of women and young girls suffering, she conceived the 50 Women Project to create a sense of solidarity and support for women of all countries, cultures and faiths.

Jessica Buchleitner interviewed Zafira Labadi for the 50 Women Project in July 2011.

The 50 Women, Book One by Jessica Buchleitner has been released  — It’s a collection of real and inspiring stories by 50 Women from all over the world. It is available on 

50 Women - book 1

50 Women, Book One is the first part of a two book anthology series of personal stories of strength and perseverance told by 50 different women from 30 countries. In these individual stories, the women discuss their unique experiences overcoming obstacles concerning political, cultural and societal issues, armed conflict, gender based violence, immigration, health afflictions and business ventures. Many of their stories challenge common stereotypes and provide living historical accounts of the densely complicated political and societal issues of our time.







Dream Panorama is a road trip project to explore peoples’ dreams and how they realize them. During the journey, we will interview, photograph and film real people around the world who have dreams or have achieved their dreams. We are getting the stories of their dreams out to the world by our website, social media, local or national TV channels and at the end, a documentary film. Ten years after the trip, we will come back to the interviewees to see how their dreams have impacted their lives. For more information about the Dream Panorama Project, please visit

Suyoung Kim, the creator of Dream Panorama, is a best-selling author, blogger, an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, translator, photographer and most importantly, a DREAMER. For more information about her, please visit 

Suyoung Kim interviewed Zafira Labadi for the Dream Panorama Project in October 2011.



JORDAN-SOLIDARITY is a non-profit NGO. It is registered at the Ministry of Social Development. It is the first touristic association in Jordan. Its goal is to generate touristic activities and its income is used to support poor families and social projects. It promotes social tourism, where the traveler can learn about the life of the locals in several ways. The trip is organized with the traveler directly, without any intermediary, to make sure that the trip really suits the traveler. Besides that, JORDAN-SOLIDARITY participates in many social and charity activities in Amman and all over the country. To learn more please visit: (in English) (in French)

Four-empty-glass-jarsJORDAN SOLIDARITY relaunched its Collecting Glass Jars campaign to help the women who run home-made food projects (pickles, honey, etc…). JORDAN SOLIDARITY collect glass containers and give them to those women. Therefore, they are helping their micro-projects and at the same time, they help the Earth.  If you have empty glass containers and would like to give them away, please call 079-575 21 23 or 077-972 91 85 

JORDAN SOLIDARITY, in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour, has set up a BANK OF JARS, which will include, in addition to glass jars and bottles, textiles and other crafts supplies, to support a more extended range of handmade projects. 

The items needed are as follows:

  • Glass jars and bottles with their cover (no containers without cover; no plastic; and no alcoholic containers please);

  • All kind of textile, wires, and wool; 

  • Crafts and sewing supplies. 

The BANK OF JARS is located at the main office of the Ministry of Labour (MoL), near Cozmo (7th circle). You can deposit the material at the MoL, and the local women will pick up what they need for their activities. This way, they can increase the number of items and better satisfy the needs. 

The contact at the Ministry of Labour is Ms. Leila Shobaki:
Email:  Mobile: 079-572 93 77 


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