Nine months were enough to reignite the passion of fashion design in Izdehar, after she got a sewing machine from SARC Branch in Aleppo. It was a moment of her take off and start production, as the crises left her alone without a provider, and she has to raise her kids by her own, Izdehar is optimistic who talks about tomorrow in confidence saying: “my sewing project will grow and succeed and I will teach other women to participate in my production, the past and its pains are over, but the future is still to come.
Behind this machine, time stops being slow and accelerates as Mrs. Hamida starts sewing whatever she deems appropriate from clothes to pillows and coverings to meet her clients tastes and to gain an income to provide for her family. Hamida says: “Raising 5 kids is not easy especially that I lost my husband and my house. I had to start from scratch and be strong for my kids. Life shall continue regardless of all these loses”. In fact, the life of this Syrian mother in a better way after she intended to work on a sewing machine provided by SARC… Read More »
The crisis has changed the immoderate life of Om Abdul AlGhaffar and has left her in front of two choices, either to surrender to her difficult circumstances or to confront life with determination and confidence. The second choice stood up for a mother who is used to be the core of power to her children. Om Abdul AlGhaffar found by joining the Syrian Arab Red Crescent organization in Daraa branch the support at various levels especially on the personal level, where the work granted her the ability to adapt to reality changes so that she could be an example to… Read More »
The mother has determination and faith beyond human ability to endure difficulties and sorrows. Um Sa’ad overcame the bitterness of the three siege years patiently and persistently derived during her 50 years of life confident that tomorrow will gather her with her husband and four sons living in Damascus. She gazes in their photos which filled the walls of her house every day and night with her eyes full of tears with sorrow on their leave. Since she is living alone; she used to have lots of extra food over her needs that SARC volunteers use to bring when… Read More »
Despite all sorrows she had witnessed, war could not put out the glitter in her hazel eyes, where Alaa had to leave her home in Al-Hajar Al-Assoad to save her five children, and her motherhood feeling to save anything else from their belonging. She says as a mother: “we had a House and our own stuff, whereas now we only have each other and that’s all that matters.” The 30-year-old lived two displacements experience with her family, first one to Quneitra, while the second to Jdaedet Al-Fadel in rural Damascus where she is living a skeleton-building for the last three… Read More »