Under the title of “I Appreciate my Time” and as a part of SARC-Aleppo mobile teams daily activities in psychosocial support joint project (SARC –UNICEF), volunteers held an activity targeting 436 children in “Mohamad AlFaitori” School in “Salah AlDin”. The activity aimed to help children manage their time and find the perfect way to organize their day which reflect positively on their educational achievement and life style.
Yesterday, 9 Feb 2015, and through Bustan AlQasr – AlMashrqa Humanitarian Crossing_Point, SARC Aleppo health care team delivered 1750 ampules of oxytocin and 150 vials of anti-D (Rhesus) immunoglobulin to a number of OB-GYN #hospitals in AlMa’adi and AlSha’ar in east part of Aleppo city. Delivered medications will help provide more safe and complication-free births. The team also delivered 1300 ampules of #adrenaline to the #Pediatric Center responding to the prevalence of bronchiolitis in infants under the age of 4 months as inhaling adrenaline helps relieve the severity of illness. WHO supported these medications © Islam Mardini | SARC
During the recent severe situations in Al-Wafedeen Camp, SARC’s Al-Boutaiha sub branch responded urgently and managed to transfer the injured people to a temporarily established emergency aid point. SARC’s team provided the needed treatment and lifted serious cases to the nearby hospitals. Moreover, about 60 cases were transferred to Damascus and Qoutaifeh hospitals with grave difficulty. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent is an independent humanitarian organization, and its neutrality must be respectable all over Syria
Despite the bad weather, SARC Aleppo health care and field intervention teams accompanied with an ICRC team delivered a collection of health equipment including wheelchairs and crutches to east part of Aleppo city. Yesterday, they also delivered the same kind of equipment to SARC sub-branch in AlSafira and Palestinian Red Crescent Society branch in Aleppo. This equipment will be distributed to the most vulnerable groups and play an important role in providing needed health aids to about 1000 patients.
Within an activity launched by SARC’s Lttakia branch, 156 children in Hutteen School were asked to draw their own world through a piece of paper, cotton, stars, hearts, and some black pieces. The items suggested symbolic ideas, for instance the cotton refers to the good people and the stars refers to the beloved absent ones, while hearts refers to lovers. However, the plaster refers to bad people and the black pieces refers to the scary ones. SARC’s Lattakia psychologist Alisar Jdeed said “This activity is aimed to help the child to identify those who love and support him and so… Read More »