Her mission is to empower the women, provide them with a purpose and small income, help them give back to local society, and project a positive image of their home through something they can do “with passion”.
“In Syria, food is a very, very important social aspect of life. It’s something people really put a lot of time in to,” Al Adib (pictured, second left) explains. “At home, my mum would wake up and make her coffee, then start preparing – very slowly – the lunch, our main meal of the day. We take time over it, we value quality, and everything is in season. We don’t have avocados from Guatemala!”