SARC – Aleppo water and sanitation team along with field intervention team escorted water and electricity maintenance workers through front-lines in order to deliver a 400-KW Helmke engine to the second sterilization station in Suleiman al-Halabi area. This engine was repaired by ICRC in the framework of the SARC – ICRC water joint project.
SARC- Jarmmana- sub-branch was and still one of the best Sub-Branches regarding the voluntary work and commitment to the principles. The sub branch is shouldering heavy tasks to deliver as they register 60 family (affected and displaced) daily; in addition, in addition to the newly displaced one. Regarding the relief items distribution, they support 700-800 family per day via the distribution point. Moreover, the point distribute a full emergency package for the newly displaced families in order to alleviate their sufferings.
In order to support children with the opportunity to raise their knowledge since sickness obliged them to leave school, field PSS team of (SARC – UNICEF) PSS joint project applied several educating games to children in pediatric department at Aleppo University Hospital. The activity also included distributing cognitive toys to children according to their age and abilities.
Based on providing children with education about the career in life and the importance of work, the psycho-social support team of the Arab Red Crescent- Aleppo branch held an activity in at Sawa Institute. The activity, which is held in cooperation with the UNICEF, presented various life careers and shed light to the importance of each in the communities. During the activity, the children described some careers which they are familiar with and talked about their dream careers, while the team encourage them to match these dreams. Finally, children were divided into groups and each group chose a career and talked about why… Read More »
Building Capacities is ranked on the top priorities at the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Organization. Therefore, the organization launched a TOT course for psycho-social support team on May 11- 17/2015. The course brought 27 volunteers together and included various topics that aimed to enhance the competences and capabilities of the PSS trainers. Dr. Fayzeh Al-Abdullah, PSS Project Coordinator shed light to the importance of the course saying: ‘The course is aimed to habilitate the volunteers and enable them to manage training courses at their branches. The current training concentrates on the technical aspect that related to the means of training,… Read More »