26 young women challenged gender stereotypes in order to address a root cause of sexual violence through four murals and numerous posters in Goma, eastern DR Congo

35 out-of-school adolescent girls shifted perceptions of how women and girls are seen in society through two murals portraying strong women in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

36 out-of-school Malian refugee youth created two public murals in Goudoubo Refugee Camp, Burkina Faso, that promoted education and greater ethnic tolerance, and celebrated unifying culture

36 out-of-school Malian refugee youth created two public murals in Mentao Refugee Camp, Burkina Faso, that affirmed the importance of education for this community, and valued human rights as a path to achieving peace in Mali

30 Ivorian refugee youth transformed the distribution center in their refugee camp in southeastern Liberia, through murals that expressed the importance of education and peace for their community

14 enthusiastic students participated in an innovative practice course within the College of Education at the W.V.S. Tubman University in Harper, Liberia, creating a mural that expressed the University’s vision

7 of the most talented youth involved in the Visions of Hope Project were contracted by Oxfam to produce informational paintings on hygiene promotion for Little Wlebo Refugee Camp, Liberia guided by the CC Project Director

In our pilot project in Harper City, Liberia, 35 youth transformed their war-scarred hometown into visualizations of the physical and mental development that Liberians want through the creation of 4 vibrant murals