SARC – Aleppo water team in collaboration with ICRC installed a generator set to improve efficiency of the sewage plant in Jibrin area, which serves nearly 100000 beneficiaries in south-east rural Aleppo (Al-Safira, the Industrial City, Jibrin and Al-Nairab). Date: 09/01/2017
Both of water team and relief team of SARC – Aleppo in collaboration with ICRC have installed a generator with 1000 KVA capacity for Al-Shahba Mill in Al-Nairab area. Al-Shahba Mill is the second largest mill in Aleppo city as it produces 125 tons of flour per day for approximately 500000 individuals. Photo: 01 Jan 2016
SARC – Aleppo joint assessment team has scanned several areas in Aleppo to address the people’s needs there. The team has recently paid field visited to Aleppo Old city, Saif Al-Dawla, Al-Sakhor, Jisr Al-Haj, Al-Sukkari, Al-Bayada and Qadi Askar. The assessment has involved aspects of health, sheltering, water, relief, psychosocial support and nutrition.
WHO representative in Syria, Ms. Elizabith Hoff, and the Norwegian charge d’ affairs, Mr. Martin Betrfic, accompanied with WHO – Aleppo’s office members have visited SARC –Aleppo and met with management members, board and health care team. The meeting has discussed the partnership between SARC and WHO, and the means to improve health services and the health situation in Aleppo. Photo: 01 Jan 2016
SARC – Aleppo carries providing health care services for the IDPs in rural Aleppo through the mobile clinics, which are supported by ICRC. 1275 patients in the villages around Aurem- Al-Kubra and Nebul were cheked and provided with the needed medications.