For the first time Eid Al-Fitr joy knocks children’s door in Baba Amr area by SARC Homs volunteers, who carried various activities that draw smile to the children’s faces. SARC teams concluded the activities of the summer club in Hassan Ibn Thabit School with recreational directed activity. About 400 children from different age groups participated in the Open-Day on the third day of Al Eid. All the activities had an implicit didactic messages about issues of hand washing, teeth brushing, lice, healthy food, and personal hygiene. At the end of the recreational day, children prepared fruit salad and had it together . It is… Read More »
Throughout the three day of Eid Al-Fitr , and via the Child Friendly Spaces project, SARC-Homs psycho-social support team held many recreational and motivating activities for 8500 displaced children in Homs and its countryside. They also distributed many presents to all children. It is worth mentioning that the Child Friendly Spaces is a joint project between SARC and UNICEF.
On the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr, SARC-Homs Akrama point team along with the management distributed food parcels to the affected families and toys to the children who live in wretched tinny houses in Al-Phosphate area and in the countryside of Ashira and Karam El-Looz. The team also made assessment to their needs.
Through a coordination between SARC-Homs and charitable societies: Aoun, Child Care Association, Shabab Al-Khair, and Shouaa Al Amal, SARC-Homs sheltering team finished distributing 1500 meals of Ramadan breakfast to about 9000 displaced people in the industrial city of Hasya .
On July 9th 2015, Dr. Motaz Al-Atassi, Head of SARC’s Homs Branch received, Ms. Marianne Gasser, the ICRC Head of Delegation, along with ICRC delegation. Both sides emphasized the importance of keeping on mutual cooperation and coordination between the two organizations in order to help the most vulnerable people. At the end of the visit, they paid a visit to Homs old city and checked the services that SARC-Homs branch provides to the returned families (rehabilitating houses projects, improving livelihood, and other services).