Dialysis unit in Tal Refaat is operated

Renal failure patients are regularly in an urgent need for hemodialysis session, which without they may be in a critical health condition. Therefore, a hemodialysis unit supported by ICRC, was delivered to SARC – Aleppo medical point in Tal Refaat in order to provide dialysis s ervices for the patients  displaced from Afrin.

The Second Course on Principles of Health Promotion

SARC – Aleppo dedicates more efforts to qualify volunteers and build their capacities in all the fields. In this regard, health promotion team held the second course on principles of health promotion for 21 volunteers. The two courses addressed topics of health promotion and it s primary messages in addition to hygiene promotion and its priorities during emergencies, described related illnesses (lice, scabies, leishmaniosis, hepatitis, influenza, etc.), and clarified the role of a health promoter in eliminating such illnesses. It is mention worthy that these courses were supported by Gruppo Di Volontariato Civile (GVC) and targeted 40 volunteers.  

Road Safety Rules for Children

What are traffic rules? What do the colors of a traffic light mean? when can we cross the street? These were some of 31 children’s questions asked during an activity held by SARC – Aleppo protection and psychosocial support team on World Traffic Day. It involved practical activities and training on the right things to do when crossing the street, street signs, and a brief on the safety items that should be available in a car.

Maintenance and Expansion of Water Networks

SARC – Aleppo water and construction department in collaboration with ICRC have finished a project on maintaining and expanding water networks in Al-Khafsa and Al-Safira, eastern Aleppo countryside. This project aims at improving water pumping and securing continuous flow to the residents of Al-Khafsa, Al-Safira and Tal Aran. It involved drilling, installation of water pipes and taps, exchanging valves and related accessories, filling holes, and reinforcing rooms’ walls with concrete.

404 Children recovered from severe malnutrition in Aleppo

“No words can describe my happiness. I can’t believe that he improved remarkably” said Maher’s mother. When his mother first brought Maher to the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) malnutrition clinic supported by Canadian Red Cross, he weighed just 3.7 kilograms – less than average for his age, and suffered sleep disorder and dermal disease. He was diagnosed with severe malnutrition and submitted to proper treatment by SARC nutrition specialist. After a medical trip of four months, he perfectly recovered and weighed 9 kilograms. Today, the seven-months baby has got his smile that warms everyone’s heart.

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