Ismail is an experience humanitarian designer, emerging professional, and Director for Journeyman International. Opher is a young professional and experience humanitarian designer. Together, they will be designing a ‘containerized library’ concept to be implemented throughout Rwanda.
Claudia is a Brazilian Architect who lives in Switzerland, and is dedicating her time and talent to designing a school for impoverished children in Uganda.
The JI team is supporting the design development of a school in the highlands of Papua New Guinea
Andrew is a professional architect, university lecturer, and active member of the JI team. He was the designer of the award-winning JI library in Rwanda. Andrew is actively designing a community center and business incubator in the village of Rubagabaga, Rwanda.
Beth is a lovely British architecture student who is volunteering her time to develop an orphanage design for our partners in Kathmandu Nepal.
JI Designers Erika, Beth, and Norris are designing an orphanage and school in Peru for Inca Link.
JI Designer and French architecture students (École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris-Val de Seine Architecture) Jonathan Fleurance and Carmen Maurice are designing a home for the elderly in the Philippines.
The JI team, spearheaded by architectural designer Francesca Alfajora, is designing a resource and skills facility with the aim of providing an e-platform, vocational and skills training, and an arts/performance center for a secondary school and community of rural South Africa. The project will serve as the original archetype and first home to the organization, as well as represent its mission of creating a safe, innovative, and self-sustainable rural community. The project has been allocated land and we are excited to to help this great organization!