On June 14th 2015, Water and Sanitation team of The Syrian Arab Red Crescent-Damascus branch delivered concret prefabricated sewage items to Mouaskar Altala’e sheltering centre in Al-Dwer area. The items, which are provided by UNICEF, contained also showers and water closets and would serve about 350 family.
The Child Friendly Spaces project of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Homs held a central training workshop. The workshop aimed to raise the volunteers’ level an dealing with the most vulnerable, and involved various activities (public and individual activities for children, educational targeted games, ways of expressing oneself, telling stories, stage presentations, puppet theater, activities of professional qualification, and in the end, life skills and the art of etiquette). 133 volunteers from SARC Homs mobile teams participated in this workshop which lasted for five days in SARC-Homs the main center through the joint project between SARC and UNICEF.
On June 16th 2015 and in coordination with the UN offices, the Disaster Management Committee of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent -Homs branch delivered the second shipment of the relief aid convoys “food and non food” to Telbisah, AlMukharram and Almushrifah. The 32 aid trucks convoy is provided by WFP, UNICEF, UNHCR and WHO and included food parcels, flour, hygiene kits, elderly diapers, baby diapers, tarpaulins, medicines, incubators, wheelchairs, crutches, mosquito nets, soap and water sterilization items. It is worth mentioning that more than 13759 families will be benefited from these relief aids for a month.