Saaer enjoys the result of his work and achieves self-sustainment


For Saaer, the grant of winter seeds which he got from the Syrian Red Crescent’s livelihood project wasn’t just a source of income but with good management and good care of the plants, 35-year-old Saaer managed to create a balance between letting that grant from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies become an income source for his family that lives in Hay Al Manazel Village in rural Idlib and achieving self-sustainment.

Saaer and his wife are no longer buying vegetables from the market since they use some of their planted crops (lettuce, spinach, chard, bean, chickpea, peas, onion and garlic) which allowed them to save money to provide their family’s needs like clothes, milk and medication for their three children neither beyond the age of 5 years old.

Notifying that the Red Crescent organization’s project of livelihood aims to support families living in the areas that went through hard circumstances and enabling them to cope with living under the new circumstances and regain stability.

 

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