Group project for LATRA, 2017.
Conception of service and products that facilitate the creation of well-being objects in refugee camps.
The project was designed during a Design4Peace hackathon organized by LATRA, a humanitarian innovation studio set up in a refugee camp in Lesvos, Greece. Our team then continued working on the project with LATRA after the hackathon.
The aim of this project is to help refugees take advantage of the versatility of the core relief items discarded in the refugee camps. Most of the core relief items last less than 12 months and create enormous amounts of waste in the camps. The items can be redesigned into well-being objects for their benefit.