Based on the importance of the media as an impressive tool to the community awareness and to promoting the humanitarian concept and SARC services on a large scale, SARC organized two workshops targeting the communication and media teams in order to polish their skills and develop their experiences supported by British Red Cross(#BRC). . The first workshop was conducted on 13-17 Aug, 2017, and contained various technical training and practical applications related to the image size, videos editing and rules of humanitarian documentation. The second one was conducted on 20-23 Aug, 2017 and included several approaches in writing to media related… Read More »
PS PROJECT COORDINATOR Position title: Project Coordinator Reports to: MHPSS Manager Purpose: To support SARC Psychosocial Support Programmes Main Responsibilities: The tasks should include but are not necessarily be limited to: Support SARC HQ and branches in establishing, developing and implementing psychosocial activities in community centres and mobile teams according to identified needs Promote standardisation and good practise in psychosocial support Ensure progress of programmes and monitor indicators Provide technical support, supervision and follow-up to the Technical Officers in the Community Centres and in the mobile teams (as required) Review yearly PS activity plans. Review PS monthly plans Undertake regular monitoring… Read More »
On Saturday, Aug 26, 2017, SARC teams in cooperation with UN and ICRC headed to Barzeh town in Damascus delivering 7 trucks loaded with food items. The items consisted of 4000 food parcels, 4000 canned food parcels and nutritional items for 20,000 beneficiaries.
It is not an ice cream truck for the kids in a summer day, but a mobile medical clinic in Al Qaboon where people wait for on pins and needles as they don’t have any public health centers. Ragheb (6 years), was born during the Syrian crisis although, it did not fade his eyes brightness and innocence, as he walks around the clinic joyfully despite the pain and express his feelings: “I have a sore throat”. As hundreds of children and their families today in Rural Damascus, Ragheb relies on mobile clinics to receive free primary health care services, so… Read More »
Their hands play on the cadence of hope to weave colorful joys and draw the reality with a brush of persistence. They didn’t allow the tough reality to affect their fine fingers, and managed to reap their fruitful season within a year. Therefore, Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) organized fair where they have their handmade items exhibited on 15/08/2017. The fair was full with handiworks made by the 60 participant from SARC- Aldwael’a community center. The creative works varied among weaved wool, stained glass, bamboo handmade and recycling.