Alma Zohar, Israel, is a singer, songwriter and social activist. She is an active volunteer and advocate on behalf of African refugees and asylum seekers in Israel. Her debut album, “Speak” (Dabri in Hebrew) combined different musical genres including reggae, jazz, folk and rock and achieved gold status in Israel. Zohar won “Song of the Year” for “Indian Love Song (Miguel) from the album and was named New Artist of the Year and Singer of the Year. Her second album, “Thirty-Three” draws upon her experience of travelling from Uganda, where she volunteered in a children’s home to Oman. Her third album, “Love, Bread” will be released this year.