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Founded in 2017, The Habibi Project was born as an awareness-raising brand, embodying engagement with humanitarian, environmental and socioeconomic issues. Designed in London with the use of environmentally sourced garments, The Habibi Project prides itself on creative collaborations in order to generate knowledge of today’s greatest social challenges. Our vision of combining artistic narratives with a humanitarian and environmental core is tailored towards a 21st century generation who are concerned with social change. Operating as a not-for-profit social enterprise The Habibi Project is committed to supporting organisations working on the ground to alleviate the social obstacles we face globally today.


Micah Woldu, is founder of the Habibi Project and has recently become a trustee of Refugee Youth.

Eleftheria Ktenas, is a Masters Graduate from Nottingham University in Global Citizenship, Identities and Human Rights, having completed a bachelor degree in the History of Art and French at Bristol University. She has vast experience working with NGO’s including the Mojatu Foundation, whilst also spending time volunteering for organisations such as Help Refugees UK in Calais and completing the Atlantic Pacific Search and Rescue programme. Trilingual with a native proficiency in English, French and Greek, Ms Ktenas is also currently developing her Arabic language skills.