Dona Cyrus Bawn uses murals as a tool for information sharing – keeping citizens in mining-affected communities informed about the company’s promises, progress on commitments and news as related to the MDA and Resettlement Action Plan. Additionally Dona interweaves messages of hope and peace into his artwork. Dona’s murals – currently in five-affected towns in New Kinjor, Dayhelie, Jawajeh, Jekandoh and Via Town illustrate the many important community priorities from education, health and water supply to community resources and housing. Since joining the Incubator, Dona has drawn 15 murals which have reached a collective 7,000 community members.