Syrian Touches - W.I

Syrian Touches - W.I

Syrian Touches - W.I Story

With the aim of supporting Syrian women artisans, Souq Fann, in collaboration with Syria Livelihoods Program (SLP), funded by USAID, trained and mentored women artisans in Malikiyah City in Northeast Syria. 

Through the training, these women produced intricate designs through which they were able to create a path to a sustainable income and improved livelihood conditions. 

These products are a reflection of the hard work and dedication that these women artisans have put into their craft, although they were faced with many challenges including not having money to buy materials or equipment, combined with the horrors of the conflict, they have endured, preserved, and made sure that they reflected that in their products. Out of those ambitions, the "Syrian Touches" brand was born to be a mark of resilience and perseverance of these women. 

Through Syrian Touches, we present you with handicrafts made by Syrian women who have turned their hardships into opportunities and their tribulations into triumphs."

About the Shop

This shop has been established by a craftswoman and accessories maker, whose dream has been to master handicrafts since her childhood. She used to watch her mother knitting and fell in love with the craft, but after initially imitating her mother, this lady expanded to the accessory-making field, teaching herself multifarious and diverse skills through hours on the internet.

This craftswoman uses a variety of materials to make her products, including silk threads, sparkling beads, and carved stones. It takes an average of five to eight hours of continuous work to produce a single piece. She also follows up on the latest trends in the world of embroidery, knitting, and accessories ensuring distinctive pieces that suit all tastes.

Through the difficulties and challenges she has faced, this lady has learned to trust herself, and to eliminate the hesitation that lurks within her, so she set out to exchange experiences with her peers and to learn from them, then applied her knowledge to her designs. Today, she continues on her path to owning her own business.

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With the aim of supporting Syrian women artisans,