On February 14th, 2015 The Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Hama branch teams had an access to the town of Kirnaz in the northern rural areas of Hama for the first time since 2012. The teams provided sufficient food aid for 341 Internal Displaced People and affected families. “People in Kirnaz has suffered lack of the different life-sustaining resources through the crisis. They are in dire need for mattresses, blankets, sheets and food supplies”, said Abu-Mahmood, one of the residents in Kirnaz. For his part Dr. Fadi Ayyash, the president of SARC’s Hama branch, noted that Hama SARC Brach has spared… Read More »
The SARC volunteers of Hama branch distributed 576 food parcels yesterday to 214 IDP’s and 353 affected families. It is worthy to mentioning that the registered families in the centre reached to 10795 IDPs and affected families.
SARC’s water team installed 45000 liter water tank in Moua’rdes area that located to the north of Hama city. The area has suffered water shortages since October 2014 due to the main water plant disrupt in Al-Hijameh area. It is worth mentioning that the tank will satisfy the water needs of about 15000 beneficiaries. Therewith, the water team continues the installation of another water tank to meet the needs in this areas.
Throughout November 2014 the SARC’s Hama Branch delivered various activities and services. However that most important ones were installing water clarifying station in Salameih Hospital and evaluating water and sanitation needs in Ain Al-Kroum village. Relief The Registration team registered full data for 1187 affected and displaced people, while the assessment team continued evaluating the needs of the sheltering centers and houses of affected and displaced people, in Nov.2014 the team evaluate 570 family. In Nov.2014, the distribution team distributed 69215 food parcel with beneficiaries of 304642 people, 7122 parcels of food conserved cans and 4218 flour bag that benefitted… Read More »
Hama SARC’s trainers launched a First Aid training course on 23-25/12/2014. The course aimed to support new volunteers with information about the International Humanitarian Law, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, First Aids and What to do for Causalities of bleeding- respiratory injuries- cuts and breaks. The certificates were handed out to participants on the end of the course.