Projects

Based in Santiago de Compostela (Galicia – Spain), Azvai designs, manages, and participates in projects with international operations, with experience in Spain, Seychelles, Ivory Coast, United Kingdom, Ireland, and Indonesia.

  • East Bali Bamboo Bikes

    East Bali Bamboo Bikes

    East Bali Bamboo Bikes is a community business that was launched after six months of experimentation, seeking partners, and a crowdfunding campaign. After decades of reforesting areas affected by the eruptions of the Agung Volcano with bamboo, impoverished communities in East Bali (Indonesia) were looking for ways to sustainably harness this abundant natural resource. On…

  • Fishing Nets Circular Economy

    Fishing Nets Circular Economy

    In 2021, a problem of accumulation of discarded fishing nets from purse seine vessels was identified in the port of Victoria, Seychelles. At that time, working for the consulting firm Sinerxia and in collaboration with the fishing industry and the government of Seychelles, we conducted a study following the methodology of Systems Thinking and Action…

  • Earth.fm. Nature Regeneration and Reconnection

    Earth.fm. Nature Regeneration and Reconnection

    Numerous studies indicate that listening to natural soundscapes (especially through conscious listening) has a profound positive impact on our well-being and, potentially, our respect for nature. However, these soundscapes are increasingly rare as we, humans, continue to destroy the natural ecosystems that generate them. That’s where earth.fm comes in: in addition to daily publishing new…

  • CompoSala – Inclusive and Innovative Futsal Club

    CompoSala – Inclusive and Innovative Futsal Club

    CompoSala is a Futsal Club that emerged after the disappearance of the city’s historic club, Santiago Futsal (previously known as Club Autos Lobelle de Santiago). It is an initiative led by former players of Santiago Futsal, who seek the resurgence of Futsal in this city, championing values such as inclusivity, equity and respect. It’s a…