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Interior decor from Zanzibar

Khadija Abdallah and Layla Said know how to turn waste into something beautiful. The activists from Zanzibar use everything they find on the beach to create interior decor. Their goal: to teach girls to make a living out of what life offers them.

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Khadija Abdallah and Layla Said know how to turn waste into something beautiful. The activists from Zanzibar use everything they find on the beach to create interior decor. Their goal: to teach girls to make a living out of what life offers them.