Because it’s a favela


Rio de Janeiro | Brazil

He couldn’t find a flat in Rio de Janeiro. At least not in the “official” Rio.

- Why don’t you...

Look on the bright side


Skawina | Poland

I don’t like your question. What does it mean that I managed?

If I compare my situation with those of the gi...

New lives to old textiles


Prague| Czech Republic

Have you ever heard about Circular Economy and how it works? There is no better example of it than FOREW...

The sound of garbage


Bogota | Colombia

The Latin Latas play all kinds of music, including traditional Colombian cumbia, and they play all kinds of thi...

Wanna go to Machu Picchu? Yes, but responsibly.


Cusco | Peru

We met Paul Cripps during the Changemaker Game we organized in Cusco with AYNICENTE...

Being in the bus from Santa Cruz to Sucre, we asked the driver to leave us around 40 km before the city. He looked at us surprised – we were in the middle of n...

Enter the Game


Santiago | Chile

A lot of older people across Chile and many other countries in the world have too low a retirement to survive. At the...

Give equity in chances


Azul | Argentina

Ashoka Argentina sent an open offer to different changemakers asking who would be interested in...

I found freedom inside the prison


Buenos Aires | Argentina

Yoga in prison… how come?

Isabel: We started 2,5 years ago. The rugby teacher of the prison asked...

What’s cooking?!?

De la Olla

Buenos Aires | Argentina

We met with Andrea and her husband at Café Tortoni, the most iconic cafeteria of Buenos Aires. In a fin de s...

Travelling together on a long run is a big risk for a couple, as we already experienced in South-East Asia. In the South of Brazil, as we do occasionally, we s...

Fazenda Santa Ester is a paradise. No laying it on. Huge land, wooden houses, beautiful flora, animals; plus swimming pool, waterfall, pond and.. a church.


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We are Anna and Andrea, a Polish-Italian couple traveling around the world. We are looking for changemakers,  in order to describe and share their stories.

Our journey is based on exchange: story telling and other skills in exchange for a place to sleep and food. 

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