Handicapped kids have special ambitions that make them different from other kids and motivate SARC community center team in Jaramana to help them cope with the community through entertainment activities. The team organized an activity on 31 October 2017, for younger and physically handicapped kids, that contained collective games and handicrafts. The participants were presented with nice gifts at the end of the activity.
Rida, the returnee child, visits the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and gets health care. It is true that Rida backs home to live with his father and brothers through the reunion mission carried out by Syrian Arab Red Crescent and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), but there is more to know. Today, Rida is engaged in a healthcare process where medical tests and checkup is done to make sure that he enjoys good health in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO). It is worth to mention that the three years old child was missed… Read More »
“saving human life” is a common goal of 40 passionate volunteers of SARC Homs branch. The volunteers followed an advanced first aid course of 72 training hours which included theoretical and practical parts of first aid techniques. It also included maneuvers that simulate the emergency situations faced by the first aid squads during their field missions. The course aimed to qualify the volunteers to reach the best response level during their shifts. The volunteers had theoretical and practical tests at the end of this course which was held between 16 and 27 September in for SARC- Baniyas Camp.
SARC – Aleppo always works on rehabilitating and qualifying its sub-branches in southern Aleppo in order to give the proper medical services to all affected people. SARC – Aleppo has lately opened a first aid center in Al-Safira area and trained 37 volunteers on advanced first aid. Moreover, Aleppo branch also trained 74 persons from the local community in Tal Aran and Al-Safira on principles of first aid.