SARC’s volunteers distributed relief non-food items to 300 families in Otaia town in Eastern Ghouta on 14-15/10/2018. The items consisted of 1345 blankets and 550 mattresses provided by the UNHCR.
On Saturday, Oct 13, 2018, SARC’s teams have started their response to the people affected by the heavy rainfall resulted in flash flooding in Al-Jibbeh village in Rural Damascus where it caused damages and forced people out of their homes. The teams supported more than 1000 displaced families with relief aid (1000 food parcels, 285 mattresses and 1500 blankets) provided by ICRC and UNHCR.
SARC delivered the first humanitarian aid convoy to Al-Lajaa areas in western rural of Daraa (Jadal, Sour, Hamer, Al-Boyer, Al-Zabayer, Al-Zbayra, Al-Roaysat, Mazraat Al-Dirkhawi, Asem and Al-Qaser) on Monday, October 15, 2018. The convoy (16 trucks) carried 2800 food parcel and 2800 flour bags provided by WFP.
“Neuralgia denied me the ability to live a normal life” Oum Baraa a mom of 11 children was one of the beneficiaries that benefited from the in-kind assistance items provided by the GIKA program of # SARC-HSP funded by UNHCR. The program targeted 800 affected families in Eastern Ghouta on 8/10/2018 and carried out a phase one delivery to 33 families in the areas of Kafar Batna, Shaba, Saqba. Each family received an individual delivery according to their needs. (Washing machines, batteries, gas stoves, water tanks, gas cylinders.) The main goal of the General in-kind assistance program is to protect… Read More »
28 trucks loaded with relief items reached three areas (Tseel, Sheikh Saad and Idwan) in Yarmouk Basin in Daraa on Tuesday, October 09, 2018. The convoy, which is the fourth to the mentioned area, carried 5700 food parcels and 5700 flour bags provided by WFP.