In March, SARC-Homs Human Resources team held three consecutive introductory workshops for 78 new volunteers. The workshops were about “a summery about SARC, the seven principles, the work of SARC committees and teams and SARC logo”.
In line with the plan of the Child-Friendly spaces project, the trainers of SARC-Homs psycho-social support team held a training course that aimed to build capacities of new volunteers. They trained 26 new volunteers, for five consecutive days, on psycho-social support mechanism and on how to deal with beneficiaries according to the joint project between SARC and UNICEF.
Meeting the needs of the people in Swaida of bread requires increasing the production of the bakeries that are affected by the electricity suspension and power generators failures.The water and sanitation team at SARC Swaida Branch provided the bakeries with electric generation set with the capacity of 300 KVA for the automatic bakery in Swaida City and with the capacity of 80 KVA for the reserve bakery in AlQrayya Town, The generators are provided by ICRC.
In cooperation with the International Federation of the Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), British Red Cross (BRC) and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) launched a training workshop on 2-5/04/2017. The workshop, which titled “Charts Analysis using Excel Program”, targeted the Information Management coordinators in SARC- HQ and its branches. The workshop aimed to the development of the technical knowledge and practical experiences, focus more on chart analysis and turn it into data information that used to improve the monitoring and evaluation process for all programs carried out by SARC in cooperation with partners.
On Saturday 8th of April 2017 SARC’s Disaster Management Unit in Damascus Branch in cooperation with United Nations offices, delivered humanitarian relief aid convoy to Yalda, Babila and beit sahm towns. The relief aid convoy which contains 7000 food parcels, 7000 Hygiene Kits, Nutrition items for Children, Medicine and Medical Supplies will match the needs of 35.000 people in the mentioned towns.