On Sunday, October 07, 2018, SARC delivered another humanitarian aid convoy to more areas in Yarmouk Basin (Abdeen, Maarieh, Ein Zaker and ranches around, Al-Shabraq, Saisoun, Jamleh and Nafaa). The convoy (18 trucks) carried 3000 food parcels and 3000 flour bags provided by WFP.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent dispatched a humanitarian aid convoy to more villages in Yarmouk Basin in Daraa (Al-Qsair, Beit Ara, Koya Al-Balad Manchit Al-Koya and Hayt) on Wednesday, October 03, 2018. The convoy consisted of 24 trucks carrying 4200 food parcels and 4200 flour bags provided by WFP.
In line of its humanitarian role played to support the Syrian society and to meet its needs, SARC participated, as partner, in the National Campaign for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer that held under the slogan “Because you are stronger than Cancer” and expected to cover 19.312 women over 40 in the majority of the Syrian governorates. The Campaign, which will last till the end of October, aims at educating women about the risks of breast cancer and the importance of Periodic screening for early detection, as well as teaching them about self-examination and providing free medical and clinical examinations through… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) is an independent humanitarian organisation of public utility, is permanent and continuous, and has a legal entity and enjoys financial and administrative independence. SARC was founded in 1942 according to the decrees No/540/ 1942 and No/117/ 1966 which regulate the Organisation’s work. It was recognized by the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva (ICRC) in 1946, and is committed to upholding the Geneva Conventions and the seven Fundamental Principles of the International Movement of Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies. Vacancy opening date: 2/Oct2018 Vacancy closing date: 13/Oct/2018 Interested candidates are requested to… Read More »
SARC dispatched a humanitarian aid convoy (20 trucks) to 17000 affected families, who returned to their homes in Deir Ezzour on 28 September 2018. It took SARC volunteers four consecutive days to distribute the relief items directly to the due people. The relief aid, provided by WFP, consisted of 17000 food parcels, 17000 flour bags that allocated for returned families in Al-Boukamal city and the Eastern Rural of the city (Al-Eshara town and villages around- Ghareba, Al-Qouria, Dablan, Ad-Dwyer, Sbaikhan, Al-Eshara, Al-Kamsheh) and the Western Rural (Al-Tabany town and villages around –Al-Shmaitiah, Al-Masrab, Al-Tarif, Al-Bouytiah, Al-Inbah, Al-Tabany, Maadan Ateeq and… Read More »