May 20, 2015

Water & Sanitation Training Course in Banias Camp


The Syrian Arab Red Crescent’s water project has supported 80% of the Syrian residents all over the country during the heavily prevailing crisis. In fact, the dire need to securing safe water for all people put SARC with huge task of exerting all needed efforts to succeed the water projects and to support it with logistics and human resources capacities. In this context, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross organized a training course aimed to promoting water & sanitation staff’s skills. The course, which was held in SARC’s camp in… Read More »


SARC Keeps on Escorting Humanitarian Cases through Frontlines


Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Aleppo branch’s field intervention team escorted 10 humanitarian cases through al-Masharqa – Bustan al-Qasr Humanitarian Crossing Points to provide safer access on their way back home to eastern Aleppo neighborhoods. Those cases had previously crossed to western part of Aleppo city to get the needed medical treatments.  


Rehabilitating a Building for IDPs in Aleppo


Sheltering team in Aleppo branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent keeps on rehabilitating buildings for IDPs. In this context, sheltering team rehabilitated an unfinished building in New Shahba – Acacia Street. The team covered some opening to give privacy to the residents, and they fixed the stairs to give more safety. The building has certain specification  that shouldn’t be changed, so the sheltering team used removable stuff like woods and plastic isolators to accomplish the works. The number of the beneficiaries in this building is 32 individuals. It is worth mentioning that the SARC – Aleppo sheltering teams respond to internally displaced families’ appeals after getting… Read More »


Relief aid Items reached Addar Al-Kbiraa


The Disaster Management Committee OF SARC-Homs branch  along with a team of the ICRC delivered a 13 trucks -relief convoy to Aldar AlKbiraa on May 18th, 2015. The items were offered by ICRC, and consisted of (food parcels, canned food parcels, hygiene kits, mattresses, water purification pills, wheelchairs, candles, sleeping mats and school bags). More than 2200 families will be benefited from these aids for a month.


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