The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) has concluded works of drills, outfits and activations of two wells in Deir Ezzour city. These works were done by SARC’S water and sanitation teams and in cooperation with UNICEF. The wells, which are located in Tabb Al-Joura and Al-Mouazafeen neighborhoods, are solar- powered as some of the basic water stations became out of service. SARC handover the management of the mentioned wells to the Water Institution in Deir Ezzour to run them according to the needs. It is worth to mention that SARC in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent in cooperation with the World Food Program and the Relief Sub-Committee has carried out 29 air drops of humanitarian aid in the area during April 2016. The delivered aid reached 470 tons in total and contained rice, beans, lentil, crushed wheat, humous, sugar, salt and cooking oil. In his turn, SARC-Deir Ezzour branch received and collected the items; and had it distributed to more than 14.100 families in April and 9820 families in May 2016.
Syrian Arab Red Crescent delivered relief aid (food and medical items) to hard to reach areas in Deir Ezzour city on Wednesday, February 14, 2016. The items included 2850 food parcel (cans, palm, olive oil, pasta and thyme) supported by ICRC. Moreover, SARC managed to deliver first aid equipment and medicines that supported by IFRC. The items will be distributed in accordance to beneficiaries lists.
On Monday April 13th 2015, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the formal concerned authorities managed to deliver the first humanitarian relief aid shipment (food and health items) to Deir Ezzor city. No relief items have been delivered to the city since a year and a half. It is worth mentioning that the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and in coordination with the formal concerned authorities is going on exerting best efforts to deliver more humanitarian relief aid items to Deir Ezzor city.
During the tough time of the snowy storm that hit all over Syria, a sandy storm came instead to hit Deir Ezzor governorate on 07/01/2015. However, SARC’s First Aid Teams were on high preparedness to respond to all call emergency calls. They transferred 132 cases which were mostly suffering of suffocation.