In the midst of neighborhoods stamped with tiredness, SARC mobile clinic went through in order to reach Erbin town and provide relief to Abdulrahman (80 y). The old man welcomed SARC volunteers like a father. “I have 7 children, whom I know nothing about them, but you are my children also” he expressed his emotion after being checked up and provided proper medicines by SARC doctor. The clinic, which visits Eastern Ghouta villages periodically, provided medical treatments to more than 150 conditions in Erbin. It is worth mentioning that the clinic is supported by ICRC and IFRC.
More three areas in Daraa received the humanitarian aid convoy (27 trucks) delivered by SARC on 19/7/2018. 12 trucks loaded with 2800 food parcels and 2800 flour bags headed to Tall Shhab, 9 trucks loaded with 1800 food parcels and 1800 flour bags headed to Al-Yadouda and the last 6 trucks loaded with 600 food parcels and 600 flour bags headed to Kharab Al-Shahem. The Relief aid are provided by WFP.
In Al Sham Btjma’ana festival, where SARC has its participation in the volunteering village, Waleed spotted SARC’s location from afar and eagerly raised his small hand asking his mother to take him there. As soon as he approached SARC volunteers, Waleed started talking to them, telling memorable stories about his lovely experience with them and how they helped him everywhere, whether in his own city Deir Ezzour or in Eish Al-Warwar town in Rural Damascus, where he moved and resided with his family. “Today, I am strong, thanks to your help” He said. Waleed talked about SARC malnutrition team’s visits… Read More »
The sewage treatment station in Al-‘Afinah Village is activated with maximum capacity after Water and Construction team at SARC-Swaida Branch in cooperation with ICRC carried out a rehabilitation and maintenance process there. They support the station with three new pumps and electro-mechanical sets as an alternative in case of failures occurred, repair the air-compressor, and three old pumps. It is worth mentioning that the station serves both of Al-‘Afinah and Hobran villages reaching almost 12000 beneficiaries.
SARC – Aleppo in collaboration with UNFPA held a workshop for 15 volunteers under the title “Principles of Gender Based Violence”. The workshop discussed variety of topics, including the difference between sex and gender in addition to violence and its types, reasons and management. It also aimed to deliver the concept of GBV to humanitarian workers that are on direct contact with violence survivals and how to deliver the humanitarian assistance to them.