SARC has raised the standards of its medical services in Al-Hol Camp through the intervention of a medical convoy consisted of two medical units (include internal, cardiac, Gynecology, laboratory and radiation sections), 3 mobile clinics and 5 ambulances on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. The medical teams are providing medical integrated services to the greatest possible number of the people in the camp, while the first aid teams are responding to all urgent calls along the camp.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent is going on response in Al-Hol Camp, where the volunteers of different departments are exerting greatest efforts, within the limit of available possibilities, to meet the essential needs of the people there. Through January and February, SARC has delivered the following relief items: – 34.310 Hot meals. – 28.428 Water bottles. – 9.623 Food parcels. – 96.510 Peanuts butter. – 17.360 Canned food parcels. – 11.100 Blankets. – 17.510 Children clothes kits. – 30.000 Baby diapers bags. – 1.500 Mattresses. – 2.000 Hygiene kits. In addition, SARC established sheltering tents, 29 bathrooms, 116 toilets,… Read More »
SARC teams in Hasakeh branch continue on their response to Al-Hol Camp, where they delivered a mobile clinic equipped with the needed medical supplies and medicines to provide medical services by hands of specialized medical team. The clinic started providing the medical services insid the Camp (Al-Tawasouaa points and the 7th section set up recently in the Camp). In addition, SARC first aid section delivered two ambulances staffed with qualified squad to provide first aid services on the first points recieving the arriving people. For the increasing number of arrivals, SARC is establishing 100 tent supported by the ICRC. In… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent teams in Hasakeh city are responding to the people, mostly women and children, arrived recently in Al-hole Camp. The teams established 25 public bathrooms inside the camp and delivered a generator (45 kVA), supported by the ICRC to the desalination station. In addition, during the period from 27 February to 2 March, the have distributed 14700 hot meals, water bottles, 2000 blankets, 3000 canned food parcels, 2000 hygiene kits, 2500 childern clothes kits provided by IFRC, ICRC, UNICEF and WFP.
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 »