During the first week of January 2018, SARC- Qatana Sub Branch organized a health awareness session in order to reduce the influence of the disease, where the volunteers talked about hygiene personal care and diseases prevention procedures. They also distributed 125 hygiene kits to the participant families.
The registration team at SARC-Swaida branch continues to update the data and the information of the displaced families in Swaida Governorate according to the basic standards designed for displacement condition and current residency. The team has completed the registration process for 4719 displaced families in 17 different villages and towns since the last June until the beginning of 2018.the registration is only available at the approved centers by SARC such as ( the branch – SARC posts) and includes the areas where SARC works.
SARC health mobile clinic’s team made their way to Rassas village in Swaida accompanied with a team from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in order to provide health services to the sick people there. Since the beginning of 2018, the team visited 8 districts in Swaida governorate and provided free checkup and medications for 501 persons. SARC mobile clinics’ services is an example the various health services provided by SARC that aim to reach sick people in remote areas.
Through a maneuver simulates a virtual bombing, the volunteers experienced the information they have gained during an advanced first aid training. The eight-day course finished on 17-12-2017 and brought thirty-five paramedics together. It aimed to empower them to respond to all different kinds of cases and provide first aid services.
A life full of hope could be reflected in a scene of an old man, a baby and a happy mother, who alleviated her daughter’s pain Through long trips, SARC mobile clinics reach remote areas to provide free medical services for the patients (802 cases) in Al-Dumeir area during last December, as they came from (Deir Al-Zour, Qaryatin and Raqqa). The mobile clinics serve all Rural Damascus through periodical visits, and each clinic includes a doctor and a nurse.