In the field hospital in Al-Hol Camp in Hasakeh, medical teams of Syrian Arab Red Crescent has provided 2.879 medical consultations within two months in cooperation with the ICRC, Norwegian Red Cross, Danish Red Cross, Finnish Red Cross and Icelandic Red Cross. AL Hol Field Hospital – Report 26.7.2019 (1)
Since he arrived in Al-Hol Camp, more than 4 months ago, Khatab (9 Y) has had to visit the mobile clinics to get his bandages changed but the wound never healed due to the plates fixed in his leg and hindered his movement. Once the field hospital kicked off, the medical staff there diagnosed his condition, performed an orthopedic surgery, removed the plates and promised that he is going to walk on his own soon. Khatab is one of many medical conditions benefitted from the services provided by the hospital, which is established jointly by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent,… Read More »
Within the humanitarian response carried out by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent-Hasakeh Branch- to the people affected by floods in Tal Hamis and Al-Jazaa town, SARC volunteers distributed 3500 canned food parcels and 6000 blankets, in more than 30 villages, provided by the ICRC and IFRC.
Supporting the hygiene project carried out jointly by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Hasakeh branch and Hasakeh city council, SARC provided technical equipment and tools needed to improve the professional standards of the work and the performance of the hygiene laborers. It is worth mentioning that these equipment and tools are provided by the ICRC.
While responding to people affected by floods in southern rural Qamishli, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers of Hasakeh branch started distributing relief aid to the people affected by the stormy weather in Al-Hawl Camp on April 3id, 2019. They have distributed them with 2.000 blankets, 1.500 mattresses, 500 canned food parcels, 100 plastic sheets and diapers for babies and adults provided by the ICRC. In the same time, the volunteers have installed additional 319 tents to shelter the people whose tents have been damaged. Further humanitarian work is being carried out to distribute more aid items and to build… Read More »