March 7, 2015

SARC Responses to Ensure Continuity of a Pediatric Hospital

Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Aleppo branch’s teams (field intervention, health care & water and sanitation) in cooperation with the International Committee of Red Cross succeeded in delivering and installing a new electricity generator, supported by ICRC , to the only pediatric hospital in eastern part of Aleppo city as well as starting maintenance work to its old generator. This mission falls in SARC urgent response to ensure continuity of work in the only pediatric hospital in eastern part of Aleppo after its old generator had broken down making the hospital out of service for the last two days. The number of children benefiting from this hospital’s services, which NICU… Read More »

The relief aid convoys arrives in Almushrifa and Talbissah areas

The Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Homs Branch managed to deliver a convoy of 16 aid trucks  to Almushriffa and Talbissah areas on Thursday 26.02.2015. The mentioned convoy carried various relief items like food parcels, flour, rice, family hygiene parcels, baby diapers, elderly wheel chairs, sticks, mosquito nets, and medicines which are supported by WFP, UNICEF, IOM, and WHO.   Photo: SARC Homs /  Ahmad Al Khateb ‏

“First Aid Principles” Courses for 150 Volunteers

First Aid Committee in Aleppo branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent continues on promoting first aid knowledge through frequent training courses. In this context, SARC – Aleppo finished two “First Aid Principles” courses to 50 volunteers. The training was to explain the first aider characteristics, general principles in first aid, right acting steps and how to help causalities with  bleeding, wounds, fractures, burns. It also concentrated on artificial breathing (AB) and Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) techniques. The concluding sessions were to highlight the origin of the International Movement of Red Cross and Red Crescent and performing first aid maneuvers. The mentioned two courses came… Read More »

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