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.
SARC-Livelihood team in Idleb branch paid field visits to the villages, where farmers supported with seeds grant project. The visits aim to evaluate the success process through sampling and monitoring tools. In fact, this project is supported by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and actively proved its positive impact on beneficiaries regarding food security and self-sufficiency.
As soon as people started returning to their village in Nahllaya south Idlib, SARC launched its first livelihood project there to be the first step forward to help the returnees. Since agriculture has been the main source of livelihood in the mentioned village, livelihood team concluded its assessments with the “Home gardens project” to be the most preferred choice that could improve and enhance food security for most vulnerable people there. The project, which was launched in cooperation with the International Federation of the Red Cross Red Crescent Societies on May 1st, 2017, is aimed to secure a varied food… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent Organization (SARC) deeply regrets the injury of two member staff in SARC- Idlib branch, and the heavy damages of ambulances and vehicles due to an intended explosion with a booby-trapped motorcycle at the entrance of the branch on Thursday, April 13, 2017. SARC strongly condemns the explosion as it is not the first bombing attack on SARC- Idlib branch. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent calls on all parties to respect the Red Crescent logo, protect humanitarian volunteers and ensure their safety in order to carry out their humanitarian duties with commitment to the principles of… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent Idleb branch sent a humanitarian aid convoy consisting of 25 trucks loaded with food parcels and hygiene kits and other relief materials to Northern Rural Idleb (al-Qah – Atmah) in coordination with all parties on the ground. The convoy consisted of food parcels, hygiene kits in addition to water purification materials and children medicines with a support from the UNICEF, UNHCR and WFP. The distribution of these material continues in eleven camps accommodate around 2552 families with the supervising of SARC Idleb branch volunteers. Our aim is to deliver the aid to people in need..we… Read More »