Jordan, Jerash refugee camp
and its vicinity
Actions & Collaborations
The SEP model is based on employment. The SEP Artists become changemakers within the community, as they gain varying degrees of financial and emotional independence through their creative work and by being part of the SEP community. Every year hundreds of women and children who are refugees take part in social impact activities at the SEP Academy and soon at the SEP Cultural Center. All activities will over time be funded via the SEP brand profits: some are currently funded by partner Foundations and SEP customers.
Reduction of depression symptoms and overall increase in happiness are the key signs of positive impact driven by our income-generating activity.
More in our Social Impact Report: