A group of Syrian refugee women in Canada have been contributing to their households’ incomes by putting together a series of dinner pop-ups under the name “Tayybeh” across Vancouver.
Tayybeh organizer Nihal Elwan (R). (Photo courtesy: Dalia Omar Ibrahim)
A dinner is hosted around once every four months and at a different location each time. (Photo courtesy: Dima Yassine)
Since the first pop-up dinner event towards the end of 2016, the number of Vancouverites attending has surged, according to organizers. (Photo courtesy: Niveen Fouda)
The women come from a wide spectrum of backgrounds in Syria, in terms of geography and political leanings. (Photo courtesy: Dima Yassine)