June 16, 2015

Shelters’ Improvements Project is Concluded in Homs Old City


In the framework of the Shelter Upgrade Project that targets returning families to their houses in areas of AlSafsafa, AlWarsha, AlHamedia Street, AlOthon, Bani AlSeba’ai, Bab Hood, Bustan Al Diwan and the Graben Street, SARC-Homs sheltering team completed their works of installing and distributing 700 sheltering kits (Seal Off kits). The team installed and rehabilitated windows, doors and partitions between rooms in a way that secures more privacy and protection. The sheltering kits are offered by the French Premiere Urgence (PU). The team used shifting boards, doors and boarders. In fact the local community participated and lend a hand in installing sheltering kits.… Read More »


Child Protection Workshop


Under the activities of the ‪‎psycho-social support joint project (‪SARC‬ – ‪UNICEF‬), ‪Child Friendly Space held a workshop for  mobile teams volunteers. The workshop shed light to ‪‎child protection issue and instructed volunteers how to handle children’s problems.‬‬‬‬‬ It also introduced a detailed description of psycho-social aid and mental health as well as information on protecting children against violence, exploitation and abuse. Moreover, it aimed to increase awareness and abilities to  manage children’s disorder problems they suffer during the ongoing conflict. Date: June 7th, 2015


Transfer emergency cases in Quneitra


Syrian Arab Red Crescent Quneitra branch respond to emergency cases via the main center and it’s sub-branches in Hadar and Al Boteha areas. Throughout 2015,First Aid teams transferred more than 240 cases. Some cases had been transferred to Damascus hospitals, and the others to Abaza hospital in Quneitra.


Mothers Activity


Psychosocial support team of the Child Friendly Space and in cooperation with the UNICF and Aleppo Obstetrics and Gynecology University Hospital held awareness sessions regarding reproductive health issue. The Sessions involved headlines about pregnancy, delivery, how to take care of the newborn baby, and how to cop with the new lifestyles as responsible mothers. Sessions were carried out incooperating with Aleppo University Hospital’s management to refer all pregnant women who frequently visit the Hospital to take three frequent sessions, each for three hours, by specialized volunteers.


SARC Supervises Relief Committees’ Work in Aleppo

Follow-up team in ‪Aleppo branch of the ‪Syrian Arab Red Crescent keeps on supervising ‎relief committees works. In this regards, the team supervised assessing operations and food parcels distributing  to affected people by relief committees in Maysalon, Suleiman al-Halabi and al-Maydan areas. It is worth mentioning that these committees’s works cover areas of Maysalon, al-Sakan al-Shababi, al-Meidan and Suleiman al-Halabi. The number of beneficiaries from these committees is 6000 registered families, who receive relief aid periodically.  


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