SARC-teams in Aleppo branch have done their best in securing safe crossing for the people displaced from Kfarya and Foua villages and providing them with essential needs in Jibrin Shelter. During the last two days, SARC – Aleppo has distributed food (canned food parcels, bread and water bottles ), nonfood items (mattresses, blankets, mats, hygiene kits, kitchen kits, personal hygiene kits, baby diapers, and diapers for people with disabilities) and mobility aids (crutches, walkers and wheelchairs). Medical and first aid teams were on standby. Ambulances transferred 17 cases to hospitals in Aleppo city. Mobile clinics (internal, gynaecological, pediatric specialities) examined patients at the sheltering centre. Other teams had already started their work before receiving families by rehabilitating wooden rooms,… Read More »
SARC – Aleppo in collaboration with UNFPA held a workshop for 15 volunteers under the title “Principles of Gender Based Violence”. The workshop discussed variety of topics, including the difference between sex and gender in addition to violence and its types, reasons and management. It also aimed to deliver the concept of GBV to humanitarian workers that are on direct contact with violence survivals and how to deliver the humanitarian assistance to them.
Al-Shahba Community Center of SARC – Aleppo seeks to reach all affected children and adolescents all over Aleppo city and countryside through its mobile teams. With an aim to have a place in Bani Zaid neighborhood for holding their awareness raising session, educational and entertaining activities, the PSS mobile team has worked over the week in collaboration with children from the neighborhood to rehabilitate Sulaiman Al-Fares Mosque in order to host activities for different age groups.
Barakat, 15 y, suffered from travelling long distances from Tal Qrah Camp to Aleppo city in order to get proper needed treatment and medicine in a hospital there. The young man got injured when fleeing Afrin with his family. The injury left him with damaged legs and in need of medications and painkillers. Now, as SARC – Aleppo mobile clinics regularly visit his temporary residence, Barakat no longer needs to travel to get medical management. A total of 10 mobile clinics of different specialties (internal, pediatric and ophthalmologic medicine) provide medical services to needy people in different areas in Aleppo city and countryside, such as Aurem, Tal Refaat, Nubol, Dair Hafer and… Read More »
For two months, SARC volunteers have been taking a long road to reach 419 children in Blas and Azan villages in southern Aleppo countryside. They have held several activities to warn children about explosive war remnants. Volunteers concluded these activities with “Fun Day” to celebrate children’s commitment to what they have learned. Mothers were also targeted in those activities by an awareness program on child protection from violence and exploitation.