The Tiziano Project | Culture

Car Accidents in Erbil: One Girl's Story

By Rasti Brimo on Jul 27, 2010 | No Comments

A normal day turned dangerous after Naz Jalil Hassan failed to heed an eerie warning from a stranger.

5 Questions for a Knife Sharpener in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Rebin Fazil on Jul 20, 2010 | No Comments

A knife sharpener explains why a dagger is better than a gun when committing the perfect murder.

5 Questions for a News Editor in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Zana A. Mamundy on Jul 17, 2010 | No Comments

Hosheng Kerim struggles to stay independent and ethical when he edits daily news.

A Photographic Tour of the Erbil Bazaar

By Shivan Sito on Jul 15, 2010 | No Comments

A photographic tour of the city's biggest bazaar.

5 Questions for a Blind Craft Maker in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Ashna Shareff on Jul 13, 2010 | No Comments

Though Aftaw is blind and deaf, she spends her days creating jewelry and other mementos by feel.

5 Questions for a Factory Owner in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Muhemmed Nawzad on Jul 11, 2010 | No Comments

A local factory owner faces the challenges of growing his business with intermittent electricity, water and qualified technicians.

5 Questions for a Florist in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Sahar Hashim on Jul 6, 2010 | No Comments

A man returns to his home country to beautify it with flowers.

5 Questions for a Church Keeper in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Savina Dawood on Jul 6, 2010 | No Comments

Every day, Noel Mammo rings the church bells in Erbil. His whole life, including appointments and vacations, is structured around the daily services.

5 Questions for a Musician in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Shivan Sito on Jul 4, 2010 | No Comments

An instrument repairman explains why music is sacred to him.

A Visit to the Chaikhana in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Deelan Newroz on Aug 26, 2008 | No Comments

Deelan Newroz, a student in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq, takes us on a tour of the chaikhana - a Kurdish precursor to Starbucks....

The Tiziano Project provides community members in conflict, post-conflict, and underreported regions with the equipment, training, and affiliations necessary to report their stories and improve their lives.

Tiziano Project | Twitter