Frequencies of Peace is an ongoing initiative, proudly partnering with UNHCR, Spiritune and Anghami, which aims to help millions of families and children across the Middle East, through awareness, education, and charitable donations.ABOUT THE INITIATIVE
To provide comfort and support to children affected by conflict, Babyshop decided to create something that could have a lasting impact. In partnership with Spiritune, Babyshop created a unique scientifically backed Arabic lullaby, using music and science to calm the nerves and soothe children in war zones, helping them get to sleep peacefully. The lullaby was conceptualized as a permanent tool to be used by families and children for as long as they need it.
The lullaby will continue to flight in the Middle East, every night at bedtime, as an ongoing initiative, giving families a daily tool to help put children to bed in peace.
The song was written and performed by the Middle East singer-songwriter
to help create an intimate moment between parents and children before bed.
“It was back and forth with the neuroscientists. We were working on specific frequencies for the song because we wanted it to be easy for the kids,”
Meet our esteemed partners who share our commitment to fostering peace, each contributing uniquely towards this shared goal.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has been safeguarding the rights and well-being of re...
Spiritune is a groundbreaking app that uses the power of music to influence people’s emotional states and overall well-bein...
Anghami is the leading music streaming platform in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Since its launch in 2012, ...
Dr. Daniel Bowling
Dive into insightful perspectives from an expert at Spiritune, as they delve into the profound impact of peace on the minds and lives of children and families - as featured on Sky News UK.
Syrian children traumatized by war are listening to a special lullaby to fall asleep
By: CNN News
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By: Euro News
Spiritune’s ‘Frequencies of Peace’ project is meant to replace the sounds of Syrian war with a soothing lullaby.
By: Fast Company