Under the title “Careers Day”, SARC’s psycho-social team in Aleppo launched and activity aiming to briefing children on various careers in life. The activity, which is in cooperation with the UNICEF, targeted 384 child in 4 sheltering centers. The Careers Day was started with an inquiry about what kind of careers are involved in building a room, then it shed light to each career and showed its importance in a society and how it could help ones to achieve his dreams in future.
Due to emergency room’s increasing urgent needs and the growing number of patients, Aleppo branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent provided Aleppo University Hospital with a defibrillator (the electric shocking device) The provided defibrillator will help elevate the suffering of thousands of the patients. It is noteworthy that Aleppo University Hospital is the only hospital in Aleppo that provides free ER services. SARC also provided the hospital with medical gypsum.
A joint team of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and the International Committee of the Red Cross crossed frontlines (Aleppo – Damascus International Highway) to deliver a 32-truck-convoy of food aid to areas of western Aleppo countryside. Trucks were loaded with food items that could support SARC’s collective kitchens in eastern Aleppo as well as western Aleppo countryside. Those collective kitchens provide ready to eat meals to the affected people and the most vulnerable in mentioned areas.
SARC –Aleppo water and habitant team in cooperation with ICRC relief team installed a 300-KVA electric generator and 45000 L water tanks in al-Hamdaniya bakery. The bakery is to meet the people’s needs of bread and to satisfy more than 150.000 people. The daily production of bakery is up to 30 thousands breadbasket.
Aleppo branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent crossed frontlines (Aleppo – Damascus International Highway) escorting a 25-truck-convoy of humanitarian aids to northern Aleppo countryside. The aid included food and nonfood items to be distributed to the affected people. Delivered aids were supported by the following WFP, UNHCR, WHO, UNICEF and IOM.