Eid activity for cancer children in Al-Jama’a hospital

The six years old girl, Aya, whispered, “I was waiting for this day, because  I know you will surprise us” whispered Aya (6 years) to SARC volunteer. The joy reflected in a big smile on Aya’s face is one of the most beautiful things that ever happened to SARC volunteers. At Eid Al-Adha, volunteers of the protection and psychosocial support team held an activity for children with cancer. The activity involved interactive games and concluded with film of children who  had overcome cancer. Volunteers regularly visit Aya and her peers at Al-Jama’a Hospital to temper the psychosocial effect of chemotherapy.

Mobile Medical Team served 6098 Patients in December 2016

SARC – Aleppo continues providing health care services in Aleppo through it medical mobile teams and the mobile clinic. In December 2016, SARC – Aleppo mobile medical team provided primary health care services, including check up and medications to 6098 patients. These services are provided  in Jibrin, Al-Mahalej and Masaken Hanano areas on a daily basis.

Awareness-Raising Activity for Children on Remnants of War

The Counseling Center for Psychosocial Support (SARC-the Danish project) targeted 135 children in Al-Bayadaan in an awareness-raising activity on war remnants, which might be still explosive . The activity involved shows and action games full of warnings about unknown objects and remnants. It provided them with instructions and the right things to do when they come across such remnants. Date: 12 Jan 2017

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