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 »
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 »
The hugely damaged infrastructure in Syria called on inevitable intervention by SARC through water project that managed to respond to all emergency needs and launched various service to secure clean water, wells rehabilitations, water pump installation, schools and shelters rehabilitation, hygiene promotion and other activities. These interventions were carried out on the ground and reflected in numbers revealing that more than 80% of Syria population benefited from the project during 2017. SARC Water & Sanitation project held its annual meeting that presented a summary of the accomplished works in 2017. The meeting agenda included also experience exchange among SARC branches,… Read More »
SARC-Livelihood team in Idleb branch paid field visits to the villages, where farmers supported with seeds grant project. The visits aim to evaluate the success process through sampling and monitoring tools. In fact, this project is supported by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and actively proved its positive impact on beneficiaries regarding food security and self-sufficiency.