Upon a huge response, SARC teams work actively in humanitarian passages and in sheltering centers to provide humanitarian services for the people coming from Eastern Ghouta. They also rushed with ambulances, mobile clinics and food relief items to lend a hand to the people in Harasta, Saqba, Hamuria and Kafer Batna areas. On Monday, March 19, 2018, they managed to enter Saqba, Hamuria and Kafer Batna while on Sunday, March 25, 2018, they entered Harasta for the first time with 1500 bread bags. On Monday, March 26, 2018, they distributed 4000 bread bags and 3000 food parcels. Today, they are… Read More »
SARC volunteers spare no efforts to play their humanitarian role in Raqqa city which received two aid convoys consisted of 18 trucks loaded with winter clothes for children (1- 14 year). The first truck entered on Wednesday, March 4, 2018, while the second on Saturday, March 14, 2018. The UNICEF provided clothes were distributed by SARC volunteers to more than 16.000 families in the city
On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Eng. Khaled Hboubati, President of SARC, and Mr. Ali Za’atari, the UN resident humanitarian coordinator in Syria held a press conference to acquaint mass media and journalists with the response carried out by SARC and UN in Afrin and Eastern Ghouta. Mr. Hboubati stressed on the humanitarian message adopted by SARC and the workload that increases day after day with the continuing influx of people from Eastern Ghouta and Afrin. “The humanitarian responses carried out in Afrin and Eastern Ghouta are considered the biggest on the level of national societies in the world” he… Read More »
Those who is acquainted with Om Mouhammad, knew very well how much she is related to the land. She described the agony of losing her husband and two sons saying: “roses of the garden wilted mourning their absence”. Even that some people went even further in confirming the solid strong relation between Om Mouhammad and the land by saying that she resembles the always generous olive tree, that even when the wind would bend its branches, it will remain deeply rooted and standing proudly. SARC’s project for home gardens in Qunaitera provided seeds and tools for beneficiaries. It was an… Read More »
Seven years ago, the life of Om Mouhammad and her family changed because of the crisis. She had to leave her home in Hasaka, carrying the burden of providing the needs of her children and caring for them. A mission, in which SARC in Swaida helped her to achieve by providing healthcare for them via the mobile clinic visiting their current place of residence regularly.