SARC’s pshycho-social support mobile teams in Aleppo managed to deliver children’s winter clothes through Bustan Al_Qasr – AlMasharqa Humanitarian Crossing Point to SARC warehouse in Jisr AlHaj. It is worth mentioning that the delivered clothes are provided by UNICEF. The PSS mobile teams sorted out the clothes in order to distribute them later to children in several schools along with awareness activities.
SARC Aleppo PSS team and mobile teams supported by Danish Red Cross continued their children-targeting activities. “The Front Page” activity which targeted 45 adolescents in Sina School was among the mentioned activities. It is aimed to introduce the various types of the media like visual, audible , written press… etc and the main differences between them. The attendants were taught how to write a news report as well as the importance of visual and sound effects over the spectators. These activities are highly important because it improves the sense of creativity, raises intellectual abilities and polishes skills of cooperation, communication and teamwork due… Read More »
SARC-Aleppo Relief team of AlHamdaniya Center continues distributing food and other relief items to the most vulnerable families. During December 2014, the number of beneficiaries of AlHamdaniya reached 4201 families about 21762 individuals. The team distributed items of food supported by World Food Program (WFP), hygiene items supported by International Federation (IFRC), mattresses supported by International Committe of the Red Cross (ICRC) as well as blankets, kitchen tools, isolators and mats supported by United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees (UNHCR). The team also distributed winter clothes supported by multiple sources.
At the end of December, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Talbissah sub-branch with a support from th International Committe of the Red Cross started its garbage disposal project in order to stop the spreading of diseases and to protect the civilization. The project continues for 40 days. 1500 cubic meter were shifted to the litter bin which is 14 kilo meters far from Talbissah to Assaen.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent Field intervention team finished troubleshooting possible problems with water network in Masaken AlSabiel, which is considered a frontline area. Troubleshooting was conducted after coordinating with all parties on the ground.