The #Syrian_Arab_Red_Crescent dispatched a #humanitarian_aid #convoy (52 trucks), loaded with relief items provided by the #IFRC and #DRK, to the people in #Deir_Ezzour city. The convoy, which delivered today, Nov 27, 2017, carried 50.000 blankets, 15.000 mattresses and 5.000 children winter clothes kits.
SARC dispatched a humanitarian aid convoy (30 trucks) loaded with 150000 food parcels provided by ICRC to Deir Ezzor city on 25/10/2018.
SARC dispatched a humanitarian aid convoy (20 trucks) to 17000 affected families, who returned to their homes in Deir Ezzour on 28 September 2018. It took SARC volunteers four consecutive days to distribute the relief items directly to the due people. The relief aid, provided by WFP, consisted of 17000 food parcels, 17000 flour bags that allocated for returned families in Al-Boukamal city and the Eastern Rural of the city (Al-Eshara town and villages around- Ghareba, Al-Qouria, Dablan, Ad-Dwyer, Sbaikhan, Al-Eshara, Al-Kamsheh) and the Western Rural (Al-Tabany town and villages around –Al-Shmaitiah, Al-Masrab, Al-Tarif, Al-Bouytiah, Al-Inbah, Al-Tabany, Maadan Ateeq and… Read More »
In response to the increased number of returnees to the Eastern neighborhoods of Deir Ezzour city (Harabesh, Al-Jafra, Al-tahtouh), SARC volunteers distributed relief aid to the due beneficiaries there. The aid consisted of food parcels, hygiene kits, personal hygiene kits, peanuts butter and high energy biscuits provided by IFRC, BRC and UNFPA.
Syrian Arab Red Crescent mourns the loss of red crescent volunteer, Mohamed Zakaria Al- Ahmad, who sacrificed his life in the line of duty in Deir Ezzour on Monday, 23/10/2017 due to the current circumstances in the city. at the same time, another volunteer, Rashed Al-Dandal, is wounded there. SARC calls on all parties to respect and protect humanitarian aid workers, and to facilitate their mission. SARC extends its condolences to the martyr’s family, friends, and fellow volunteers at this sad time. May martyr’s soul rests in peace, and wish all wounded people get well soon. SARC is Not A… Read More »