Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Aleppo branch through its relief and assessment teams continues distributing aids to the most vulnerable families. Relief team in AlHamdaniya Center distributed humanitarian aids to 305 affected families, including 1719 individuals, residing in Tishreen Association (Nama’a). The distribution was distinguished with the participation of one of SOS teams, which provided food parcels, while SARC team distributed shelter items and carpets, which are supported by UNHCR.
The Water team of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Aleppo branch installed with a support from United Children’s Fund (UNICEF) finished the installation of Oxfam water (capacity of 35 m2).The tank was installed at the Industrial City Shelter in Jibrin, in which 250 families are sheltering.
Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Aleppo branch’s follow-up team continue supervising the progress of distributing aids by relief committees in Aleppo. In this context, the team supervised distributing of relief aids by Social Service of Madares AlAhad in AlMasharqa and AlJala’a areas. In this visit, Social Service distributed relief items to 287 families including 1448 individuals. The number of families benefiting from this committee is nearly 3000.
Syrian Arab Red Crescent Communication team has continued his activities in publishing the principles of International Red Cross and Red Crescent and the basic principles of International Humanitarian Law (IHL), where the team finished a workshop in Quneitra which included a variety lectures on the principles of IHL, safe access for volunteers who works in the field of violence or conflict armed and correct use of the emblems of the Red Cross and Red Crescent. about 35 volunteers participated in the workshop and lectures were given by trainers from the branch. Volunteers confirmed the importance of knowledge IHL and its… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent – Aleppo branch’s field intervention team continues its humanitarian aids by provide safe front-line crossing through Bustan AlQasr – AlMasharqa Humanitarian Crossing Points. Yesterday, the team escorted 29 humanitarian cases, 15 of which crossed back after receiving the needed medical treatment, while the other 14 are still under medical observation.