Nahed is from Homs in Syria. She fled to Lebanon with her husband and two of her daughters last year. Since last September she's be learning how to make fishing nets as a source of income, thanks to a project supported by the International Rescue Committee and UK aid.
"I was living happily in Homs before the conflict started", she says.
"But after it began, the situation became mixed-up. We decided to come to Lebanon, because I was afraid for my children. They were traumatised by what they had seen and heard."
"The cooperative and IRC offered us this work making fishing nets here. The training is good, it's great. It helps us to learn and to earn a living."
"I hope to be able to sell the nets to get some income, to be able to support my family."
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