Al-Atarib, Syria, a humanitarian organization opens a sewing company in the city of al-Atarib, west of Aleppo, Northern Syria, to secure jobs for women who have lost their husbands. The company opened earlier this year with the support of the International Humanitarian Relief Organization. On Mar. 5, 2018, the manager of the company, Hossam Fadel, reported that the company is based on the principle of teach women sewing and thus they will begin producing. He added that the company, which is called Zanobia, has received 30 women from the age of 18 to 40, who lost their husbands and have children. They received a month of academic training. Um Abdo, one of the beneficiaries, said that working in the company is better than going to receive a relief aid basket, and that will contribute to the sustenance of the family. Several humanitarian organizations seek to empower women in Syria politically, economically and socially, as several councils have sought to include women in town management. Characters by appearance: 1 - Um Abdo, the beneficiary of the project 2 - Hussein Fadel, project manager.