February 6, 2018

Medical services for 26 thousand people in Sahnaya


SARC Sahnaya dispensary treated 26 thousand people and provided them with free medicine during the last five years, where 100 patients visit these clinics every day: (internal, gynecology and pediatric). The director of the dispensary clarified that most cases suffer seasonal and chronic diseases, while other cases require specialized centers such as amputation, skin burns and cardiovascular disease. In the internal clinic, Abu-Ursan (83 years) waits for his turn to get medical check up and medicine. He has suffered stress and tension   because he lost his home in Yarmouk camp. Where in the anteroom, Um Juma’a sits waiting to receive medicine for… Read More »


Pure water for the families in Al Dumayer


Few drops of clean water make Khaled (14 years) smiles, as he carries water with his friend Mohammed to their rooms at the training center in Al Dumayer. “Clean water is good for my little brother because he is sick” said Khaled while filling water to help his brother who has kidney disease, where he settled in this center with his family after they left their homes in Palmyra. But here SARC water and sanitation team provides pure water through a tank (5 cubic meters) three times a day to 1100 people, in a support from the International Committee of… Read More »


First aid services for 150 thousand people in Rural Damascus


One call could save many lives, like thousands of people in Rural Damascus who received first aid services because they called the emergency rooms. In that line, SARC first aid teams transferred more than 16 thousand cases last year, where the emergency centers examined about 150 thousand patients and provided them with necessary treatment in all Rural Damascus areas (Jaramana, Kiswa, Qatana, Arna, Dumayer, Harasta and Ain Menin). While the trainers completed six beginner courses and three advanced, 246 paramedics were completing their missions in several responses, including (Madaya, Zabadani, Wadi Barada, Douma and Beit Jinn). These first aid services were… Read More »


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