Held with strong hands, the yellow golden crop along the sprawling meadows are an auspicious indicator of a good harvest season for the farmers, who benefited from the chickpea and fertilizer donation this year. Abu Khaled was among these farmers who harvested his crops in Maf’aleh village – Swaida, and won a good provision of chickpea that matches his family needs and enough extra seeds to plant them next year. 5% of the total Beneficiaries were visited during the post-harvest phase in order to have their production’s quantities evaluated. Therefore, SARC- livelihood teams in Swaida branch concluded the final stage… Read More »
Only those in red uniforms could summarize the concept of the humanitarian work…. Young people work day and night, braving many challenges and difficulties in order to reach and help the most vulnerable population as much as possible. They seek the protection of human’s dignity with hearts full of voluntarism spirit that motivates them to exert their best efforts asking nothing in return but drawing a smile on a child’s face whose innocent dreams were shattered by the war as well as assisting people who have lost all. They raise high the banner of humanity as their motto and lend… Read More »
The youth volunteers of SARC Homs could draw a smile on elderly faces during a visit to “Al-Angelya Elderly House” on 25 July 2017. The youths did a tour inside the house, and met the elderly and introduced themselves, and by the entertainment activities “such as singing and performing a play” that volunteers organized, joy spirit was added to the house. This activity aimed to deepen the responsible to community and to encourage them to love volunteering work, in addition to strengthen the relation between the different generations. This was the first visit for youth volunteers to the House, and it will… Read More »
Lack of drinking water problem in Al Mishrifa is getting worse day by day that people have to buy water from trucks. This comes as a result of the undrinkable sulfur water of the boreholes in the area. Therefore, and to address this problem, Water and Sanitation team in SARC Homs branch in cooperation with ICRC and Homs water Board are start implementing a project of extending pumping line to Al Mishrifa. The project consists of two pumps with capacity of 110 KW and PPR of 14800 meters long and 280 diameters. This project will provide water for 36525 people in Al Mishrifa.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) regrets the deteriorating situation civilian in Raqqa city are suffering from as a result of the ongoing events, Specially the targeting of public services facilities and health care facilities. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent appeals to all parties to neutralize these facilities in order to ensure lifesaving services to #civilians are maintained and accessible according To the principles of the International humanitarian law (IHL) specifically the principle of proportional use of force.