Hani AL Moulia

Country representing

Syrian Arab Republic

Languages

Arabic
English

Education

  • University of Regina

Current organisation

University of Regina

Current role

Student

Skills and Expertise

Engineering
Journalism
Photography

Areas of interest

Business
Education
Media

Website & Social Links

I am passionate about

I have passion for photography. Since I have limited vision, so that I documented my life as a Syrian refugee (3 years) to tell true stories about life in a refugee camp. I wanted to show the whole world, through my arts, photography was very helpful to see through the lens. Acting is also something I really care about because it gives the chance to talk in a language that most people would understand which is Art. I believe that we need somethings like arts to show the reality in a country especially those that are facing a war or civil problems. I also have for engineering. I wanted to be a communications engineer in my country, Syria. Now in Canada, I am hiding to study computer engineering. Hopefully, I can find a cure for my vision problems. I believe that technology would help people like me. I also want to use my experience to write a book that helps people to understand what it dose look like to be a refugee. The world need to be informed, so that I am reaily interest in one young world.

Actions

2014- worked in Lebanon for UNICEF. I created with my friends, a multi arts course. We were teaching Syrian children in a refugee camp drama, music, photography, and English as well as math and science classes for those unable to attend school in Lebanon. I was responsible to instruct drama and photography classes. Classes ran for 6 days a week, 5 hours a day. We performed in many camps in Lebanon to large audiences, often 5,000 people. This has all been documented by our team of instructors to show the kids and their parents what they had done and to give them a sense of accomplishment. These arts classes gave the children confidence. Had we not offered basic education classes these children would not have been educated while in the camp. -currently continuing to volunteer to teach Syrian refugee children here in Canada. Classes involve drama and photography and run on Saturdays for 4 hours. These classes are intended to boost their confidence and help them adjust to their new community. - documented my life as a Syrian refugee (3 years) to tell true stories about life in a refugee camp. I wanted to show the whole world, through my arts, that life continues. I want to inform people about how difficult life is in a camp. - I have worked with KAFA Organization to instruct Syrian families in camps about their rights. I was responsible to educate people about their health . Areas of focus included family violence,exploitation and trafficking of women and child protection.