Arabic Face to Face

One of our workers helped launch and support some Syrian refugees to start a Arabic Face to Face in Arabic and English translation. They offer on-site translation over Skype, or an opportunity to learn Arabic via their website.


One of the familymembers in Taiwan has started Weeknight. Weeknight is a fancy, nationalwide magazine about trendy living. Besides the magazine it also opened retailstores and imports from other businesses of All Nations to sell in Taiwan.


Familymembers of All Nations working in Guatemala started a company called Afripica. Afripica is most of all: its people. It is a conglomeration of lives that interact in the same place, working for the same goal: the development as individuals that goes hand in hand with improving the society and the homeland of Guatemala.


One of our workers started and runs Jnoubi. Jnoubi (“my South” in Arabic) is a project in the South of Lebanon that provides opportunities for young, marginalized Bedouin & Gypsy women to learn new skills, create beautiful jewelry, and have an honorable income for their families. 100% of the proceeds are given back to this project, generating income for these precious women as well as keeping the project self-sustainable.