Children don’t care about weather forecasting news or interested in climatic conditions. But they do care about getting new warm clothes in winter. Therefore, SARC has started distributing winter clothes in Douma, Eastern Ghouta, for children aged between 6 – 16 years during the last few weeks. The clothes kit contains winter jacket, pyjamas, pants, hat, socks, boots and underwear for female provided by the ICRC. The distribution process, which covered 3678 children and 1905 women to date, will be continued during the next week.
In conjunction with the frost and cold snaps affecting Al-Hassakeh city, SARC Relief aid volunteers started distributing winter clothes kits to 7010 children aged between 1 and 14 years on 7/1/2019. The winter clothes kit contains a winter jacket, sweater, pajamas, pants, hat, scarf, gloves, socks and boots provided by UNICEF.
Ahmad (10 years), who has dreams to reach planets and space, celebrated the new year with firm cancer-beating determination and made his wishes for the quick recovery of all children with cancer, whom he met at an activity launched by SARC-PSS team in the Juvenile Care Society in Hama city. The team carried out entertaining activities, distributed gifts and winter clothes, provided by UNICEF, to the children with cancer.
Based on the needs of the people in Al-Areeshah Camp, SARC volunteers in Hasakeh have distributed relief aid (2500 food parcels, 3000 baby diapers kits, 256 adult diapers kits) provided by ICRC. The distribution process, started on 19/12/2018, took three days.
Agriculture grants are distributed to the farmers in Ghouta As farmers are getting their lands ready for winter planting season, SARC’s livelihood team in Rural Damascus distributed 300 agricultural kits in different areas in Eastern Ghouta (Otaia, Hosh Nasri and Hosh Al-Fara villages) on 12/12/2018. The agricultural kits, provided by ICRC, consisted of agricultural parcel, winter and summer seeds, agricultural tools and drip irrigation network. This grant targeted the most vulnerable and in need people according to assessments carried out by SARC volunteers, who will continue the distribution process on the beginning of 2019 and meet the needs of the… Read More »