Under the title of “I Appreciate my Time” and as a part of SARC-Aleppo mobile teams daily activities in psychosocial support joint project (SARC –UNICEF), volunteers held an activity targeting 436 children in “Mohamad AlFaitori” School in “Salah AlDin”. The activity aimed to help children manage their time and find the perfect way to organize their day which reflect positively on their educational achievement and life style.
Yesterday, 9 Feb 2015, and through Bustan AlQasr – AlMashrqa Humanitarian Crossing_Point, SARC Aleppo health care team delivered 1750 ampules of oxytocin and 150 vials of anti-D (Rhesus) immunoglobulin to a number of OB-GYN #hospitals in AlMa’adi and AlSha’ar in east part of Aleppo city. Delivered medications will help provide more safe and complication-free births. The team also delivered 1300 ampules of #adrenaline to the #Pediatric Center responding to the prevalence of bronchiolitis in infants under the age of 4 months as inhaling adrenaline helps relieve the severity of illness. WHO supported these medications © Islam Mardini | SARC
Despite the bad weather, SARC Aleppo health care and field intervention teams accompanied with an ICRC team delivered a collection of health equipment including wheelchairs and crutches to east part of Aleppo city. Yesterday, they also delivered the same kind of equipment to SARC sub-branch in AlSafira and Palestinian Red Crescent Society branch in Aleppo. This equipment will be distributed to the most vulnerable groups and play an important role in providing needed health aids to about 1000 patients.
SARC-Aleppo health care and field intervention teams delivered medications, through Al-Masharqa – Bustan Al-Qasr Humanitarian Crossing Point, to SARC warehouse in Jisr Al-Haj. These Medications are supported by WHO and will be distributed to the affected and the in need people. The team delivered body bags to the same warehouse.
In every December, especially on the 5th of it, the world celebrates the International Volunteer Day. This day is a symbol of gratitude for volunteers to thank them for their humanitarian efforts and also to increase public awareness of their participation in society. We are a component of the International Movement of Red Cross and Red Crescent, which is the biggest voluntary network in the world as it serves in 180 countries worldwide in national societies such as the Red Crescent. As the voluntary service is one of the fundamental principles we are guided by, such as neutrality, impartiality and… Read More »