Iman lost her husband when she was 25 years old. Faced with an uncertain future, she struggled to endure not only her own tragedy but an unprecedented humanitarian crisis in Syria. She relied on her job as an elementary school teacher to provide for her two young boys, Ahmad and Omar. Then her school was bombed. 
“I felt broken and helpless,” Iman said. She lost her husband. She lost her livelihood. She nearly lost hope. 
But then she discovered Syrian Forum. Through one of Syrian Forum’s six institutions, Iman began to rebuild her life. She completed comprehensive training programs, cultivated new skills, and knowledge, and secured a job with an education nonprofit in Syria. Today, not only is Iman able to support her two children, she is empowering her community—passing on the gift of education to the next generation. 
Will you help us empower others like Iman to rebuild their lives and their communities?