Al-Hasakeh

SARC delivered two Water Sterilization Units and Eight Generators to Al-Hasakeh


SARC Water & Sanitation team in cooperation with ICRC and in coordination with Water Establishment in Al-Hasakeh delivered 2 water sterilization units and 8 Generators to Water Establishment in Al-Hasakeh governorate on 04/01/2017. The units are to sterilize Al-Himmeh and Assfan water stations in order to provide more than 600.000 beneficiaries with safe water, while the generators will provide basic water and sanitations services to more than 140.000 beneficiaries in Al-Nirouz Camp, The National Hospital, Al-Qahtanieh, Ra’as Al-Ein, Makhroum and the technical services department in Al-Qamishly area.


SARC Maintained the Main Water Pipeline in Al-Hasakeh City


Water team of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in Al-Hasakeh carried out an urgent response in which they maintained and repaired the basic water pipeline in Al-Hasakeh in cooperation with Water Institution there. Throughout three days  of intensive work ( 24-26 /8/2016), the team managed to replace the damaged parts with new one so that the water could be pumped again and reached beneficiaries total to 80.000 people.


SARC Delivered two electricity Generating Sets to Al-Hassakeh


Water and Sanitation teams in Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in cooperation with International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) managed to install two electricity generating sets in Al-Hassakeh on 17-18 July 2016. The first set (1.650 KVA) was installed in Alook project station due to the dire need for water and the lack of its resources there. The station which would secure clean water for more than 500.000 beneficiaries in Tall Al-Tammer, Al-Hool and other rural areas there. The second set (1.000 KVA) was installed in Al-Hassakeh grain mill that would secure flour and support many public and private… Read More »


Syrian Arab Red Crescent Responds to Al-Hasakeh Affected Families


Due to the current hard circumstances in Al-Hassakeh city, many families were forced out of their homes to safer neighborhoods in the city and to Al-Qamishli, Amouda, Al-Dirbasieh and Tel-Tamer areas. Therefore, The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) responded immediately and started evaluating the sheltering centers (49 centers) in the mentioned areas. Then, SARC’s water teams distributed 4800 water bottle to 2600 beneficiaries and installed four central water tanks (500 liter) in Sffaia area. The Hygiene promotion team also distributed 121 hygiene kits to about 726 displaced people with 460 child among them in the sheltering centers in Al-Qamishli city.


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