Damascus

First Aid squads transported 42 premature babies in 2 months


First Aid squad of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Damascus branch transported a Premature baby with Hyaline Membrane Disease. The squad passed 23 Km within  40 Minutes in order to deliver the baby to the nearest hospital as the the 2 hours new born Premature baby needs to breath regular Pure Oxygen inside a special infant incubator. Damascus branch First Aid squad transported 42  Premature baby during last April and May 2015 .


Prefabricated Water Closets in Al doweer temporary shelter


On June 14th 2015, Water and Sanitation team of The Syrian Arab Red Crescent-Damascus branch delivered concret prefabricated sewage items to Mouaskar Altala’e sheltering centre in Al-Dwer area. The items, which are provided by UNICEF, contained also showers and water  closets and would serve about 350 family.


Humanitarian Mission to Moadamyeh City is Accomplished


The Disaster Management Unit of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent concluded its mission to Al-Mouadamieh area on June 14th 2015. The seven day mission involved a delivery and distribution of 4500 food parcel supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross to the area. During the mission, SARC’s medical mobile clinic provided its medical services to 713 persons and the First Aid team transferred 17 patients to the hospitals. It is noteworthy that this mission was arranged in coordination with all authorized parties on ground  


Relief Aid to Al-Moadamyeh city


On June 8th 2015, SARC managed to deliver 4500 food parcel through four days to Al-Mouadamieh town. The items  are provided by the International Committee of the Red Cross, and were entered in coordination with all authorized parties on ground. It is noteworthy that this mission is the fourth of its kind to the area since SARC started responding there.


health services reach western Harasta


The Disaster Management Unit of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Damascus branch and in cooperation with the authorized bodies launched a vaccination campaign via its mobile clinics in west Harasta area on 19-28/05/2015. The campaign, which was accompanied with a Ministry of Health team, provided vacancies for 625 child. It also provided free medical services and treatments for 776 cases most of them were children.


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