In a step to enhance the stability of the returnees in the southern rural of Idleb, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers in Hama branch distributed winter clothes for 2.962 children in 39 schools in Sinjar town in Idleb. They also launched educational sessions on mines and explosive war remnants risks, as well as, psychosocial support activities for the children. It is worth mentioning that the winter clothes are provided by the IFRC.
Responding to the large-scale return home people in the southern rural of Idleb city, the assessment teams of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Hama branch visited 33 villages in Sinjar, Tallkram, sera and Hawa towns. The team volunteers met the returnees and saw their living conditions in order to define the basic needs, on which relief items process will be carried out.
Full of energy and enthusiasm, Leen (19 Y) showed splendid brilliance at hairstyle workshop launched by SARC’s community center and supported by Danish Red Cross in Idleb branch. “I have joined the workshop because I need to attain a self-fulfillment and play an active role in my community.” Leen said.
The seeds grants provided by SARC livelihood project is aimed to enhance the self-sufficiency for Fatima. But she went beyond and processed the vegitables crops to pickles that could make another source of income for her family. It is worth mentioning that the livelihood project in idlib is supported by
SARC–Livelihood team in Idleb started distributing home gardens’ grants to the people in the northern and southern rural of the governorate (Mo’atram, Al-Moqbleh, Al-Manazel, Al-Badrieh, Kourin, Al-Hbat, Batinti, Bhouri and Kafer Jales). 1000 people are estimated to get the grant that will help them achieve self-sustainment. The grants provided by International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies consisted of vegetable seeds (cucumber, squash, pumpkin, radish, beans, okra and mint), fertilizers (5 kg) and water for irrigation.