Branches News

The Emergency Response to Waves of Displacement


The huge wave of displacement that happened in late 2016 required a substantial response with participation of more than 150 volunteers to aid thousands of families who had fled their homes to areas of  Jibrin, Al-Mhalej, Masaken Hanano and others. Volunteers assessed their situation  and distributed the essential needs like foodstuff, canned food, mattresses, blankets, kitchen tools, bread and cooked meals. They also distributed bottles of water and hygiene kits. In addition, they installed water tanks and repaired the sewage system. Medical services were also provided through mobile clinics teams. First aid team stood ready and transferred emergency cases.


Our Hand’s Warmth


Psycho-social Support Team of Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Al boteha sub branch concluded a  knitting course on 28/12/2016. The course, which started on 15/11/2016, targeted 29 mothers in Al wafdeen camp shelters(Mohamad Fandi- Al boteha1). The team taught them how to weave wool and make winter clothes. Psychosocial Support Team always seeks to enhance mothers’ confidence and help them to be self dependent persons.


The mobile medical teams finish a campaign in Al thanaya


SARC Rural Damascus Branch teams exert their best effort to reach the affected areas and manage to support thousands of people there with lifesaving needs and services. Within this framework, the reproductive health project team in cooperation with UNFPA and in coordination with SARC Al Qoutaifa Sub Branch, organized 2 days campaign in Al Thanaya area to provide various services to the people there. On the first day- Dec 20th- they provided health care services and proper medicines to 376 beneficiaries. In addition, the communication team presented 206 beneficiaries with lectures about SARC and its basic principles and services, while… Read More »


SARC installed a Generator for Al-Shahba Mill


Both of water team and relief team of SARC – Aleppo in collaboration with ICRC have installed a generator with 1000 KVA capacity for Al-Shahba Mill in Al-Nairab. Al-Shahba Mill is the second largest mill in Aleppo city as it produces 125 tons of flour per day for approximately 500000 individuals.


2400 Families are Supported with the Daily Relief Aid

SARC – Aleppo relief and assessment teams carry out daily response to the needs of returning families. 2400 families have benefitted from SARC’s services in Masaken Hanano, Al-Haidariya, Al-Intharat, Al-Ard Al-Hamra, Al-Sakhour, Al-Bab and Be’adin. It is mention worthy that the distributed humanitarian aids are supported by ICRC, WFP, DRC, IOM, UNHCR, PU, DRK, GVC, UNFPA, UNICEF and OXFAM.


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