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My World …. SARC’s Lattakia Launched an Activity for Children


Within an activity launched by SARC’s Lttakia branch, 156 children in Hutteen School were asked to draw their own world through a piece of paper, cotton, stars, hearts, and some black pieces. The items suggested symbolic ideas, for instance the cotton refers to the good people and the stars refers to the beloved absent ones, while hearts refers to lovers. However, the plaster refers to bad people and the black pieces refers to the scary ones. SARC’s Lattakia psychologist Alisar Jdeed said “This activity is aimed to help the child to identify those who love and support him and so… Read More »


The Conclusion of “Principles Embodied in Scenes” Photography Exhibition 1687 Visitors in Three Days


In every December, especially on the 5th of it, the world celebrates the International Volunteer Day. This day is a symbol of gratitude for volunteers to thank them for their humanitarian efforts and also to increase public awareness of their participation in society. We are a component of the International Movement of Red Cross and Red Crescent, which is the biggest voluntary network in the world as it serves in 180 countries worldwide in national societies such as the Red Crescent. As the voluntary service is one of the fundamental principles we are guided by, such as neutrality, impartiality and… Read More »


The Old Days


An activity called “The Old Days” was held by SARC Counseling Center for Psychosocial Support as a part of the center’s rehabilitation and reintegration of war-injured program. The activity aimed to promote relationships between war injured and their families. The activity was based on the Syrian heritage and included preparing a traditional breakfast with the presence of a storyteller who told a story about the good old days. The kinetic rehabilitation and psychosocial support program is carried out by SARC prosthetics team in cooperation with SARC-Aleppo Counseling Center for Psychosocial Support


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