February 2019

SARC receives new arrivals to Al-Hole Camp


An emergency response is carried out by SARC- Hasakeh branch volunteers at first access points of Al-Hole Camp, where they received families arriving from Al-Baghouz areas. 55 volunteers from the disaster management, water and construction project, psycho-social support mobile team and mines risk education team started the response three days ago (24/2/2019). The have been working the whole day and late into the night in order to meet the needs of the people and alleviate the suffering. The response, which is still going on, included a delivery of 16750 hot ready to eat meals, 10200 drinking water bottles, 3000 blankets,… Read More »


Tawfiq claims his experience


“I can now provide a better life for my six children and fix my damaged home”, said Tawfiq. Due to the bad security situation in the area of Douma, Tawfiq and his family left Douma to the village of Ein Al-Tineh in Al Qutaifah area. Tawfiq has 28 years of experience in blacksmithing but employers used to pay him low wages. Therefore, to better his financial situation and guarantee his monetary benefits, he registered with the small grants program which is part of the vocational training department of #SARC-HSP funded by the #UNHCR.Syria and in a short period of time… Read More »


Investing in their artisanal /crafting skills to build a better future.


The vocational training department of SARC-HSP funded by Unhcr conducted an artisanal exhibition using recyclable material on the 6/02/2019 at Ras Al-Bassit satellite center in Lattakia to showcase the work of 24 IDP women who have been trained to gain and improve their artisanal skills. “Before enrolling, I had beginners recycling skills and I used to create few things, but now due to the practical and technical skills learned during the course, I can support my family financially “said Fadia. The exhibition was attended by the community members, the UNHCR livelihood coordinator alongside SARC Lattakia branch volunteers and a team… Read More »


The collective kitchen is activated in Al-Holl Camp


The Syrian Arab Red Crescent teams have established a collective kitchen in Al-Holl Camp in Hasakeh. The kitchen started producing ready to eat and hot meals for 200 families and 614 persons there on 16/2/2019. On the first day, it produced 613 meals, which increased on the second day to 700 meals for 194 families. On the third day, it managed to produce 424 meals. This kitchen was established and equipped with the support of the ICRC.


Hygiene awareness campaign covered schools in Hasakeh


In the middle of Hasakeh city, the schools have witnessed an increase in students number, where SARC’ Water and construction team launched a hygiene awareness campaign. It included different educational activities of hands washing, personal hygiene and lice prevention. During the one month campaign, supported by IMC, SARC volunteers distributed 30.000 soap bars, 3000 anti-lice spray and 6500 anti-lice shampoo. They also provided the schools with 190 hygiene kits that contains brooms, trash cans and shovels.


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