Women who receive vocational training can become entrepreneurs and start their own businesses. In doing so, they create jobs for themselves and their families, contribute to the local economy, and become agents of change in their communities. They can also be role models for other women and girls and inspire them to pursue their own dreams and break gender stereotypes. Sinjar Center – Baghdad Women Association implemented a vocational training (sewing) for 15 beneficiaries for ten sessions. The training included understanding the basic principles of sewing, sewing skills and different methods, how to work on a sewing machine, its maintenance mechanism, and different types of designs. Under the supervision of a skilled seamstress. As a final training test, the trainees sewed different costumes in different colors, sizes, and designs, including dresses for girls, women, and little girls (children). The women also expressed their happiness to participate in the training and the importance of these courses, which enable them to obtain their own resources and give them the opportunity to support themselves and their families.