The seven war in Syria has been raging for years, displacing 6.3 million Syrians who have fled across the world to find safety, shelter, and food. This has been widely reported on the news, but what hasn’t been widely picked up on is that early on in the war, Syrian bakeries and bread factories were constantly being bombed. Bread forms the staple diet in the region was highly sought after. 11 million Syrians live without basic amenities, and to help address this, charity SKT Welfare renovated an abandoned bakery in the North of Syria, with the aim of providing free loaves of bread to thousands of local Syrians, as well as to seven local refugee camps. The Al-Huda Bakery in Syria now provides bread to thousands across the country.