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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.


Canadian Red Cross checks the medical services of SARC-Homs


A Canadian Red Cross delegation visited SARC-Homs on Wednesday 7th of December. The delegation met Dr. Motaz Al-Atassi, Head of SARC-Homs branch and the medical manager. They discussed the possibility of providing beneficiaries with the necessary needs and supporting the gynecological and obstetric section in SARC Homs Hospital. They also stressed the importance of cooperation between SARC-Homs and the Canadian Red Cross to help the most vulnerable people.  


“I Miss You, My School”campaign is Concluded


In cooperation with UNICEF, the Child Friendly Spaces team of SARC Homs concluded the activities of “I Miss You, My School” campaign, which aimed to provide school students with instructional activities. The team also managed to provide parents and school stuff with awareness sessions about the importance of learning for children and how essential to prevent them from dropping out of schools as much as possible especially during the difficulties of the current crisis. More than 15889 people benefited from this campaign during November.  


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