Al-Hasakeh

Syrian Arab Red Crescent is worried about humanitarian suffering spillover the Northeast Area


Damascus: 11/10/2019 The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) voices concern about the current escalation of hostilities, which would exacerbate the plight and internal displacement, in the Northeast area, where SARC was and is still making every effort to meet the needs of the families suffering adverse conditions. To date SARC volunteers from different departments take the responsibility to lend a hand to all people affected by the floods that hit Hasakeh and Qamishli earlier this year. They do their best to deliver quality services to the people in Al-Hol Camp, in which children and women constitute the majority, particularly through… Read More »


Khatab is going to recover and walk again soon


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 »


SARC supports Hasakeh city council with technical equipment


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.


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