Five first aid squads from SARC Swaidaa branch responded to the last events took place in Dama and Deir Dama in northern western rural Swaidaa governorate. On a course of two days 16/19of August, 2014 they provided first aid services for 23 injureis and transferred nine cases to “Watani” hospital in Swaidaa.
The Disaster Management team of SARC’s Hama branch continued its response to students needs in “Muhdi Hamdan school” from the areas of Talaf and Uqrub, in order to help them to apply their exams. The shelter teams, distribution teams, water and psyho-social support teams f Hama branch distributed light chargers, water bottles due to the electricity cuts as well as food materials to those students.
SARC Homs sheltering team completed the first phase of rehabilitating houses in the old city of Homs. The team distributed, set and installed 240 SOKs (shelter kits) from PU. The team oversaw the work of the carpenters setting and installing windows, doors, and wall insulation in 173 houses. The project targeted the houses of retuning people to BAB Tadmour, Al-Hamidiyya, Bani AlSibae, Jamal Aldeen, and Bostan Aldiwan
Krak des Chevaliers (Al-Hosn Castle) recieved for the first time during Eid A-Adha almost 80 children who live in the region within the activities of Eid hosted by SARC-Homs psychosocial support team’s child friendly places project in collaboration with UNICEF in Al-Wadi sub-branch .
For the first time since the beginning of the crisis in Syria, the SARC’s teams of Latakia branch were able to reach to some of ALHAFFE villages, about 27km eastern of Latakia city. These villages have witnessed hard conditions during the last three years. Namely: “Tishreen, Maysalon, Rabia, Deauville, Bkas and Sherquaq”. The SARC volunteers of ALHAFFE sub-branch distributed food and relief materials include: mattresses, blankets, kitchen sets, hygiene kits, jerry cans and mats and to 57 families returned recently to their homes in these villages. The SARC distributed these materials with a support from the International Committee of the… Read More »