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”.
When children made up the largest segment of the people arriving in Al-Hawl Camp, after a tiring journey from East Deir Ezzour, SARC has soon initiated a psychosocial support intervention. The PSS mobile team has provided services that help the children on integration and resilience through raising awareness sessions and purposeful entertaining activities. As soon as the people arrive in the camp, the team provides psychological first aid, then they carry out awareness sessions for children and adults regarding personal hygiene and potential diseases. In addition, they launch daily creative and kinetic activities, like drawing and competitions for hundreds of… Read More »
as a continuation of the responses that the Syrian Arab Red Crescent is doing Across the Syrian governorates, and in support of returning families living along Daraa governorate to meet their emergency needs, on Sunday, 24 March 2019, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent delivered a relief aid convoy consisted of 35 trucks to Daraa alBalad, Daraa almokhayam and tariq alssad. The aid that will be distributed to 6,500 beneficiary families Consisted of the following relief items: (6500 hygiene kits, 250 hygiene kits for Special needs people, 1000 children hygiene kits, 12993 winter clothes set). It is worth to mention that… Read More »
Um Moustafa (65 y), and her family, left everything behind and went through an arduous journey on foot for three days in rainy weather from her village (Sousa in Al-Boukamal) to Al-Hol Camp. The most thing she remembers is the warm welcoming by SARC volunteers, who have provided them with health care, water and hot meals till they got a tent and started receiving humanitarian aid periodically. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in Hasakeh has supported the existing and arriving families with relief aid. Between the period from March 1 to 22, they have distributed 8899 food parcels, 1847… Read More »
SARC has raised the standards of its medical services in Al-Hol Camp through the intervention of a medical convoy consisted of two medical units (include internal, cardiac, Gynecology, laboratory and radiation sections), 3 mobile clinics and 5 ambulances on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. The medical teams are providing medical integrated services to the greatest possible number of the people in the camp, while the first aid teams are responding to all urgent calls along the camp.