March 2018

Community- Based Health Care Officer

Syrian Arab Red Crescent Society (SARC) SARC is a leading humanitarian organization in Syria, working in emergency health and first aid, primary health care, humanitarian assistance/relief, water and sanitation, and protection. Location: Damascus, Syria Applications open from: 11th of March Closing date: 19th of March Your CV (with full address, telephone, and email contact details for three professional referees) should be sent to SARC Headquarters by the 19th of March at the latest. Shortlisting may be done before the application deadline. Email: HR@sarc-sy.org Job title: SARC Community Based Health and First Aid Coordinator Reporting to: SARC Medical Director Responsibilities The community-based health… Read More »


distributing relief items in Sednaya


Five years ago, Um Hasan left her home in Al Hasake but she couldn’t find a work to take care and support her three children and her sick husband. “I have never settled in a house for more than six months” she told Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers, who were assessing the needs of those families in all Rural Damascus areas in order to help them face the bad situation as they live in unfinished buildings. In January 2018, SARC teams delivered relief items to the people in need in Sednaya town. The items consisted of 136 mattresses, 5334 blankets, 581 kitchen… Read More »


Humanitarian Aid Reaches Eastern Ghouta


The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and humanitarian partners delivered 46 truckloads of food relief aid for 27,500 people and health items for more than 70,000 people inside Duma in eastern Ghouta. The convoy included aid from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the United Nations, and SARC. The truckloads included food baskets, flour, medical supplies, a kidney treatment facility, baby milk and nutritional foods. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent included a mobile clinic to support SARC’s medical facilities functioning in Duma, and to provide rapid primary healthcare to children and vulnerable people. Eng. Khaled Hboubati, SARC’s President… Read More »


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