Job Title: Focal point for Physical Rehabilitation Programme DEPARTMENT: Health Place of employment: SARC HQ in Damascus DIRECT SUPERIOR: Medical Director Applications open from: 11/04/2017 Closing date: 20/5/2017 Your CV should be sent to to the email address with the subject used ( Focal point for Physical Rehabilitation Programme ) by 20/5/2017. Shortlisting may be done before the application deadline. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Minimum required knowledge & experience: Health related experience, preferable within physical rehabilitation Strong expertise and experience in project management Leadership, planning and management skills Strong interpersonal, negation and communication skills Cultural sensitivity, flexibility and ability to work in a context of war… Read More »
TheDisaster Management committee of SARC Homs- branch and in cooperation with the UN offices delivered a 38 trucks of humanitarian aids to SARC Homs Sub-Brunch in Al-Rasstan area on Thursday, March 30, 2017. Further, these relief aids were provided by WFP, UNICEF, IOM, WHO and UNFPA and 21500 families will benefit from them for a month.
The mobile medical team in Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Tartous branch continues his field visits which covers 90% of the city These visits aimed to reduce the aggravation of malnutrition cases and provide the necessary assistance of nutrients like vitamins and peanut butter. In February 2017, the number of beneficiary reached to 917 families.
During January and February in 2017, SARC Assessment Team in Swaida Branch conducted 15 field visits in a constant assessment process for the living conditions of the affected and displaced families in Swaida Governorate. The visits covered 614 families in there.
In order to motivate students to continue their education, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Swaida-Branch held courses for elementary students on mathematics, Arabic and English at Fawzi Mezher and Sulaiman Amr schools in Swaida city and Mamdouh Sriwi School in Ira village. The team also distributed stationery items to 1052 students in cooperation with the Terre Des Hommes Organization.