Delivering the relief aid convoys to Talbisah

SARC-Homs Branch in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross and UN Offices delivered a humanitarian relief aid convoy (31 trucks) to Talbiseh town on 6/02/2017. The humanitarian aid contains food parcels, flour, medicines, diapers, crutches, wheelchair, winter clothes, blankets and water & housing items. It is worth to mention that these items cover the needs of 16800 families for one month.  

SARC Homs livelihood team paid periodic visits to Al Hosen area

Through Sheep Project in Al Hosen area, SARC Homs livelihood team, accompanied with a veterinarian carries on its regular visits to beneficiaries to check up sheep’s health and to give vaccines. It is worth mentioning that livelihood team of SARC Homs distributed sheep to 200 returning families in Al Hosen through the sheep project that is supported by IFRC. Each family received two sheep and 200kg of winter fodder with the aim to improve the abilities of local society in the countryside, to refresh life in the affected areas and to improve families’ livelihood and make them productive.  

SARC Homs responds to returning families’ monthly needs in Al Qusoor

SARC Homs teams carry on providing help to the returning families in Al Qusoor area through SARC Homs Al Qusoor point. During January, the relief team of SARC Homs distributed food parcels to 103 families there. Furthermore, sheltering team modified “Diya’ Aldeen Klaleeb” school to  a sheltering centre for 20 families during December 2016. In addition, health awareness team of SARC Homs continues on providing beneficiaries with educational programs through its regular visits to that area.  

Qualifying 28 volunteers on psychosocial support

In accordance with SARC Homs Disaster Management Committee’s plan, Psychosocial support team of SARC Homs held a training course on psychosocial support. The course is aimed to train the volunteers on the principles of providing affected people with psychosocial support; the thing which has to be taken into consideration during and after the crisis. 28 volunteers were trained through workshops and practical exercises for five days, on the psychosocial support methods and how to deal with beneficiaries.

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