Libyan Youth in Action

Order from left to right (Nisreen Kriam, Mohamed bait Elmal, Mahmoud Bennaji)

What makes Project Mulan very unique not only on a local level but also on an international level is the fact that it’s fully initiated and lead by Generation Z. In Libya and in many other countries Legal age is 18 and anyone beneath it is considered a child . This classification disallow young people ages 13 to 17 to get involved in their community and to take part in beneficial roles as well as develop their skills and characters. Project Mulan was created to be a platform for this age group to allow them to unleash their creativity as well have their own platform in which they will use to reform their community to create a more sustainable, peaceful and youth friendly environment.