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Symbol of Resilience|Damascus Rose

Symbol of Resilience|Damascus Rose

Bring this perseverant rose to the world 🌹
Length / Width: 36.5 cm / 36.5 cm

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Beautiful Hen Social Enterprise |Help Kids Help Moms

Displaced Syrians who fled to Türkiye hope for a better future

To save the kids, we need to help their mothers first

You can help a family by supporting their handicrafts!

Symbol of Resilience|Damascus Rose

Madiha, a mother of three kids, comes from Palmyra. Lying to the northeast of Damascus, Palmyra was very prosperous before the outbreak of the civil war. Taking care of her kids is the most important thing in Madiha’s life, but during her spare time she loves to do hand embroidery, which she learned from her mother. Tragically, the outbreak of the civil war and the subsequent spread of the Islamic State profoundly affects the lives of civilians. Madiha had to embroider day and night to support her family, and sometimes her eyes were just exhausted. However, she still earned so little money, 20-50 lire ( 3USD) per month, that she can’t afford the tuition fee for her son. Her son could get into medical school, but the tuition fee was too high for Madiha (annual tuition fee of 3000 lire/174USD). Ultimately, her son studies mechanical engineering and becomes a part-time carpenter.

This year, Madiha is introduced by her friend to the Founding Director of the Taiwan Centre, Mr. Chiu. She thought the Taiwan Centre would be the same as her previous experiences. To her surprise, when Mr. Cho saw her works, he said wholeheartedly,

“Fantastic! Would you like to collaborate with our centre?”

This time, Madiha gets what she deserves!

The blossoming flower embroidered by Madiha is not only beautiful but also reflects the power of women.

“Embroidery is art. After being forced to flee, I embroidered to support my family. This Damask rose means a lot to me. It symbolizes Syria. When I embroider it, I think of my home and forget about the pain and difficulties. I hope this Damask rose can reach every corner of the world and let everyone knows how Syrian women love their home!” said Madiha.

We sincerely hope that thousands of women like Madiha can transform their lives.

Bring this perseverant rose to the world 🌹

Beautiful Hen Social Enterprise |The Taiwan Centre Women Cooperative

The products of the Taiwan Centre are made by Syrian and Turkish ladies

Your support directly becomes their incomes

Life is not easy, but a better future for them is possible

Let’s empower the ladies and transform their lives

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