While responding to people affected by floods in southern rural Qamishli, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers of Hasakeh branch started distributing relief aid to the people affected by the stormy weather in Al-Hawl Camp on April 3id, 2019. They have distributed them with 2.000 blankets, 1.500 mattresses, 500 canned food parcels, 100 plastic sheets and diapers for babies and adults provided by the ICRC. In the same time, the volunteers have installed additional 319 tents to shelter the people whose tents have been damaged. Further humanitarian work is being carried out to distribute more aid items and to build… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent teams dispatched 5 aid trucks to Tal-Hamis area in Rural Qamishli in Hasakeh on Monday, April 1, 2019. These relief aid, allocated to support the people affected by the floods in the area, consisted of 3000 canned food parcels, 3000 blankets, 1500 mattresses and 500 plastic sheets provided by ICRC. For two days now, SARC volunteers are distributing the aid to the due people and providing health care services in sheltering centers through two ambulances and a mobile clinic.
Zainab, Abdulrahman and Ahmad are keen to apply the personal hygiene tips given to them by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers of Hasakeh branch during a purposeful activity, where 3000 childern (6- 12 y) participated and learned how to wash their hands. The activity included also a distribution of 15.000 soap bars.
Responding to the large-scale return home people in the southern rural of Idleb city, the assessment teams of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Hama branch visited 33 villages in Sinjar, Tallkram, sera and Hawa towns. The team volunteers met the returnees and saw their living conditions in order to define the basic needs, on which relief items process will be carried out.
Due to the warm weather conditions the past two weeks, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers organized two recreational activities under the title of “New start”; the first activity was conducted at Qarah community center, while the second was held at the town of Jrajeer in Rural Damascus. 230 kids participated, both activities were conducted by the #Child_ Protection _Department of SARC-HSP, funded by UNHCR.Syria and included kinetic games, musical sketches and interactive dances. Finally, flowers were distributed to the children symbolizing a “New start”.