Moaed Al Meselmani is a Researcher at The University of Sheffield and the project manager of the hydroponic systems in Zaatari. Part of the project since its early days, Moaed ensures the success of co-creation at the camp.
He is a project management professional, with a PhD in Plant Physiology. Moaed – who is Syrian – also shares a first language with many camp residents. Moaed has so far organised hydroponics training for 600+ refugees.
Look at Moaed’s profile on the University of Sheffield website.
Catastrophe Garden. A film about Moaed’s work at the Zaatari refugee camp. Produced as part of the Pioneers Film Fund in association with planetSHINE – a special initiative to inspire creative filmmakers to come together and shine a light on one of humanity’s biggest questions: what is the future of our food.
The University of Sheffield’s Institute for Sustainable Food Desert Garden appeal.
Find out more about our work at Zaatari: Co-creating sustainable solutions in Zaatari.