Newroz is one of the first bakeries that were opened in the area of Himo in Qamishlo. It was opened after demands from people to have a nearby bakery instead of having to walk for long distances to buy bread.
The movement started the planning of the bakery and buying the machines for it a year ago, with the help of the Families of Martyrs Association and the House of Co-operatives.
The bakery cost around 40 million SYP, and 50 families are participating in the project.
A new administration committee has been formed, as well as a monitoring committee. There are six workers in the bakery who package the bread and do general cleaning, one worker who prepares the dough, a mechanic, an accountant, and three administrators.
The bakery has been working well every day, and the bread is being distributed to everyone in the area. The bakery has made 5 million SYP in 6 months. The families of martyrs have received 3 million, and the rest have been used to buy more necessities for making bread such as new machinery and flour.