With the Syrian humanitarian crisis reaching 10 years, Syrian women at home and abroad have faced severe suffering on various psychological, social and economic levels. It was imperative for TAS to take a stand to take care of them and empower them in society.
Takaful Al Sham launched the Sham Oak -Sindian Al-Sham- project, which is based on empowering the most vulnerable women, widows and female breadwinners by providing them with family skills. By training them in the appropriate professions, women are provided with home crafts that enable them to produce high quality products and then learn to promote and sell them, in order to achieve a sustainable financial income.
The activities of the project were launched in Gaziantep, in an exhibition in which the trainees’ products, are displayed with the aim of selling them to visitors, spreading and promoting the idea within the society.