The Child Protection team of SARC’s Ikrema point paid a visit to the school that witnessed recently painful explosions in Ikrema area in Homs. The team carried out psycho-social and educational entertainments that aimed to eliminate the children’s negative feelings and sufferings. It is worth mentioning that these activities came in the frame work of the Humanitarian Support joint project between the SARC and UNHCR.
Based on their their believe to be in touch with the various local community classes, The Feminist Committee threw a breakfast charity banquet on Feb 21st . The event aimed to share breakfast with 120 people of the affected families and those who need help. http://sarc.sy/cms/wp-admin/post.php?post=2520&action=edit
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent – AL-Rastan sub-branch organized two day activity on the importance of the polio vaccine. This activity came along with the national campaign for polio vaccine, and aimed to raise the mothers’ awareness about this kind of diseases. The activity attracted the local residents with their children, and involved movie show, games and drawing sessions that concentrates on the same idea. Moreover, 1023 child were vaccinated during the activity.
The human resources is considered the backbone of all active humanitarian organizations that adopt the modern management concepts. Within this context, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent -Homs Branch launched a workshop targeted 37 volunteers. The six- day workshop was aimed to upgrade some volunteers to be focal points among the SARC’s working teams. It covered issues related to job description, resources planning, work evaluation and how to attract distinctive human resources.
The National Vaccination Campaign program Feb 2015 covered SARC- Homs dispensary in Alghouta area. The campaign is launched to avoid the babies some serious diseases like the polio. The campaign’s total beneficiaries was 1622 child including 275 baby who were under one-year.