In the Western world, the Hijab is seen as oppressive. This is a misconception, and creates barriers for Hijabi women in the Western world who are negatively judged for wearing it.
Horeya is an app that aims to empower Hijabi women in the Western world by creating a safe environment to learn, connect, and inspire, while building a thriving Hijabi community.
Horeya is aimed at two sets of audiences residing in the Western World: The Muslim woman (on one side; the orthodox Muslim: a working woman trying to establish herself as an independent Hijab woman. On the other the confused Muslim: a young woman struggling to fit in socially due to misconceptions) and the Western woman who doesn’t understand the meaning of the Hijab.
The app focuses on three themes: education, support, and inspiration to all each person to make the most out of Horeya according to their individual needs.
App Activation: Through experiential design, the successes of different Hijab women will be highlighted to promote the thriving community, and, in turn, Horeya. The aim of this is to push against the misconception of the Hijab being oppressive in the Western world and inspire other Hijabi women to follow their ambitions and dreams with the help of Horeya.
Social Media: An online social media presence for the app will reach a wider audience than just those who encounter the experiential design.
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