A journey, an idea, a project
The idea of the wave began in Pakistan, when Akim decided to make a trip which would lead him around the world. On his way he wanted to help people and give back to society.
The symbol of the wave is the cohesion of all people who help. Only a few can move a lot. Every initiated wave led to the donation of money, continuing the journey Akim has started.
After several attempts to found a foundation and look for sponsors, it finally worked out after one year of the journeyl. Now Akim supports projects in Indonesia, where he himself reports on the spot where your money goes.
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While traveling through New Zealand I got to know a lot of people. That is why I received more than 200 $. The money goes again to a charity called “Kidscan”.
KidsCan exists to meet the physical and nutritional needs of Kiwi kids who are less fortunate than others so they can be more engaged in their education and have a better chance of reaching their potential in life.
Thei vision is of a New Zealand where less fortunate children have an equal opportunity to make a positive contribution to society.
A special thank you goes to Kiwi experience that support my project.
But with the amount I got I wanted to do something to help people directly. The wave was created to be close to people and so the “Pizza Project” was created.
In Thailand I am only supporting one person. While traveling through Thailand I spoke with many people about the Wave. It seems like we are just getting started. The next project in Malaysia will be bigger. There, we will support a whole organization.
My last stop in Thailand was Krabi, where I met Lou. Lou works from 10 pm to 5 am. She collects rubbish which she brings to a landfill. Lou gets paid per kg she delivers. It is hard work. She starts over every day, because she has to feed her kids. Lou lives in a small room that is about 5 m². After I spoke to her it was an easy decision to support only her.