April 27, 2019

On April 11th, COAR partnered with Hands for Henna to teach a class at Crockett Elementary. The students got to learn about famous refugees in physics such as Albert Einstein and Elizabeth Rona.  

They also got to learn about physics, make homemade kaleidoscop...

March 25, 2019

With more RISE workshops and International Women's Day, Hands for Henna has been busy raising money and increasing education in refugees' lives. 

On March 17th, Hands for Henna partnered with RISE's Mesa branch for another educational workshop, including using the...

February 17, 2019

Tornadoes, lava lamps, and lots of markers. This morning at Papago Elementary, Hands for Henna teamed with the RISE tutoring program to educate refugee students and throw in a splash of fun. Marija Shahid, Anagha Deshpande, and Shourya Kothakapu of Hands for Henna put...

January 18, 2019

Meet Samah, an 18-year-old Kenyan student at ASU. She’s pursuing medical studies and wants to be a perfusionist, which is someone who manages the heart and lung machines during surgeries. “I’m naturally curious,” she stated proudly, “I love helping people.”

She believes...

October 11, 2018

A refugee is defined as someone forced to leave their home due to war, violence, or disaster. Huda is one brave young refugee woman who made her way to the United States and flourished here with the help of the government and organizations such as American Muslim Women...

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