Syrian Arab Red Crescent Mobile Health Unit in Quneitra visits more than 24 shelters and resident places monthly. In January, they provided free medicine to 800 person. Moreover, they do their best to reach remote areas in rural Quneitra such as (Al Atem, Al Sendyane and Ain Alnoria) to help people and alleviate their suffering.
Minister of Social Affairs, Dr. Kinda Al-Shammat, Minister of National Reconciliation, Mr. Haider Ali and Aleppo Governor, Dr. Marwan Al-Illabi visited Syrian Arab Red Crescent’s Aleppo branch on 31/01/2015. The meeting was attended by Aleppo SARC’s Board members, the management of SARC’s Aleppo Branch and the working teams’ coordinators. The visit was aimed to provide briefings over the SARC’s activities and services on one hand, and the challenges hindering the SARC’s active staff members work in the mentioned area. They also discussed the best solutions that can facilitate the relief teams’ tasks in order to deliver the humanitarian aid to… Read More »
Throughout November 2014 the SARC’s Hama Branch delivered various activities and services. However that most important ones were installing water clarifying station in Salameih Hospital and evaluating water and sanitation needs in Ain Al-Kroum village. Relief The Registration team registered full data for 1187 affected and displaced people, while the assessment team continued evaluating the needs of the sheltering centers and houses of affected and displaced people, in Nov.2014 the team evaluate 570 family. In Nov.2014, the distribution team distributed 69215 food parcel with beneficiaries of 304642 people, 7122 parcels of food conserved cans and 4218 flour bag that benefitted… Read More »
preparedness and responded to help the most affected people in Al Qusair, Hasya, and Deir Ba’alba. Families had nothing to prevent themselves from the cold weather and snow. The team distributed extra blankets, tarpaulins, and sleeping mats, in addition to 10 thousand winter clothes cartoons and 4600 blankets for children from UNICEF in Hasya and Deir Baalba. The storm also affected the city, volunteers launched “let’s Help” initiative to collect used clothes and then distribute them to affected families. The idea was published on social media and people were motivated to participate. 1000 pieces of clothes and 600 pairs of… Read More »
Tartous city wasn’t an exception in the eye of the snowy storm that stroke Syria on Jan 6th 2015.The SARC’s volunteers rushed immediately to lend a hand for affected people facing the catastrophic damages. On the first day, the evaluation team reported some damages to the tents in Al-Karnak camp due to the falling trees’ branches on it. The sheltering team rushed immediately to evacuate people there, while water and sanitation team evaluate the occurred damages to camps of Al-Karnak, Al-Tala’e, Al-Insha’a and the Old Garage. The distribution team on their part managed to distribute winter items (blankets, mattresses, children… Read More »