The Disaster management unit of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Quneitra Branch responded on Wednesday 17/6/2015 to the people who were forced out of their homes in Jaba and relocated in Khan Arnabeh and Al Koom areas. Displaced people’s needs were estimated in (Awad AlSaid, Al Naseej factory, western Al Koom) centers. On the same day, SARC’s Quneitra Branch distributed more than 617 food parcels, 800 blankets, 200 children diapers and 500 mats.
Highlights: In cooperation with International Committee of Red Cross Water and Sanitation team started equipping three shelters in Al Wafeeden Camp. First Aid Training course was held with 24 new volunteers brought together in Quneitra Branch. key figures: Mobil Health Unit provided 1650 patients with free prescriptions. 64000 people benefited of the relief aid items in Quneitra . Health: First Aid Services: SARC’s First aid teams in Quneitra branch transferred 30 cases, 19 of them to the nearby hospital (Abaza hospital) and 11 cases to Damascus hospitals. First aid team in Al Wafeeden camp transferred 5 cases to Al- Moassa and Al Qutifa hospitals… Read More »
The Disaster Management Unit of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent concluded its mission to Al-Mouadamieh area on June 14th 2015. The seven day mission involved a delivery and distribution of 4500 food parcel supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross to the area. During the mission, SARC’s medical mobile clinic provided its medical services to 713 persons and the First Aid team transferred 17 patients to the hospitals. It is noteworthy that this mission was arranged in coordination with all authorized parties on ground
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 »
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