Latakia - SANA
A wide variety of handicrafts, such as accessories, gifts, and decorative pieces made of cardboard, wood, and glass, and natural products such as soap and oils for hair and skin treatment, among others, within the annual Mawred Bazaar organized by the Mawred Association in Miramar Hotel, Lattakia.
Thirty women from different Syrian governorates will participate in the bazaar, which will last for three days, to display their products and promote their services, including health centers, beauty centers, and foodstuffs.
The vice president of the association, Eng. Hassan Kaddour, explained in a statement to SANA reporter that the bazaar sheds light on the work of women producers who own their own projects or are agents for certain products from different governorates, in line with the objectives of the association, which was established in 2003 with the aim of activating and developing the role of women in economic development, adding that what This year's edition is distinguished by the participation of women from small age groups, which is clear evidence of the increase in the number of women who are self-reliant, which reflects positively on production.
The participant, Eng. Shaza Al-Daher, indicated that she started making accessories as a hobby for her, explaining that her passion for the world of beauty and its various elements prompted her to go into this experience and make pieces that differ from ready-made ones with her special touch, idea, and love with which she was occupied. It gave her the opportunity to present her work in the field of designing gifts and home accessories of cardboard, glass and wood, and decorating boxes, mirrors and glass in front of a wide audience and exchanging experiences and expertise with other women.
In another corner, the laboratory of Dr. Rania Shmeis provides free analyzes related to a general census of the formula, iron deficiency and vitamin D, with the aim of serving citizens and encouraging them to conduct early analyzes and introducing the services of the center.
Participant Kholoud Sharaf from Damascus says that this is her first participation with high-quality products and distinctive designs that are used to decorate the rooms of the house and add a special touch to the decor, noting that she relies on walnut wood and seashells, in addition to decorating furniture, making accessories, handbags, and faience paintings.
Sheets and table covers made of camel hair, silk threads, French and Roman threads, and other distinctive handicrafts made by the hands of women from Homs. Mrs. Shams Nakdali displays them in the corner designated for them, indicating that these products were very popular among the people of Lattakia.
Among the visitors to the bazaar, Mai Ashi expressed her admiration for the exhibition, describing it as beautiful, elegant and well-organized, indicating that she had taken a vitamin D and iron test.
In his turn, Nawar Merhej expressed great appreciation for the exhibits, as he was drawn to the high craftsmanship, the wide variety of products, and the prices that commensurate with their quality.
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