Responding to Francesco Rulli

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Havaianas, join us!

The Brazilian most famous beach sandals could help the Afghan education system. How?
Read it! Everything started on a breakfast table...

All about Afghanistan


Francesco, we should film our usual coffee... Ideas pump from the brain to the air amazingly. It could be funny for watching later on... 

During those short breaks, we have precious brainstorms. And the more think, the more we can do. That's the combination for acting and promoting the educational system in Afghanistan. It'n not only a pleasure of writing and supporting Film Annex initiatives for building schools in Afghanistan and support Veteran business opportunities, but also it's a honor. 

I should confess: I've been learning a lot with you, Francesco, sharing ideas and building projects. Hope we keep working together, thinking and doing. Next stop: Kabul! Roya Mahboob, here we go!

By the way, to Kabul with Havaianas!

Below, Francesco's post:

This morning Vinicius Donola and I had our usual coffee after we drop off our children.
Vinicius is a leading journalist from Brazil and one of the most inspiring people I have met in my 21 years in NYC.

Vinicius has been writing and supporting our initiatives for building schools in Afghanistan and support Veteran business opportunities.

This morning we decided its time to contact the Brazilian company Havaianas and see if they are interested to partner with us in the production and distribution of Havaianas and the Afghan flag.
This concept is a strong positive message to help Afghanistan and the rest of the world about what we can all do together.

Vinicius is also planning a trip to Afghanistan to meet Roya Mahboob in person and document her work and projects, we are now laying out the concept and working on the coordination.

We will keep you posted.

No Politics, Just Internet and beach sandals.


No Politics, Just Internet and beach sandals


About the author

ViniciusDonola

Brazilian journalist. Former senior reporter and editor for Globo TV. Correspondent for Record TV (second largest South America network) in New York City. Writer and producer.

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