Syrian Arab Red Crescent Quneitra branch concluded on Saturday, 30.07.2016 a training course in the principles of psychosocial support. The course lasted for four days between 27-30 / 7/2016 with 29 volunteers attending. Topics of lectures were about : initial psychological ambulance, contact support, peer support, crisis and psychological support, stress and adaptation, grief and loss as well as psychological support based on local community. The lectures also included training activities.
in cooperation with the International Committee of Red Cross and within Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Quneitra branch seeking to alleviate sufferings of displaced people, SARC’s water and sanitation teams finished rehabilitation inadequate buildings that located to the west of United Nation point at Khan Arnabeh area. The work lasted for 33 days where the team installed doors, sinks, in addition to plumbing and lighting the apartments to facilitate 55 person life.
After 25 days of the intensive labour Water and Sanitation Team of Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Quneitra branch finished rehabilitation of Abaza Hospital shelter in Al Baath City. The team repaired bathrooms, the Sewage, made A group kitchen, set up an Electric grid to light the shelter. This step comes to facilitate 175 family life and this project come with cooperation plan between SARC and International Committee of Red Cross- ICRC
Psycho-social support team of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Quneitra branch carried out an educational activity about Dental hygiene on Wednesday 8/6/2016. The activity targeted 45 child between (4-12) years old in Abaza hospital shelter in Al Baath City. The team presented a tutorial video on teeth cleaning method and harmful food to dental health. The activity ended up by distributing brush and tooth paste for participated children reminding them to wash their teeth daily and wishing them good teeth health and wonderful smile.
Relief Teams of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- in Hader sub-branch in Qounaytera managed to reached 80 displaced families during the first week of June 2016. The teams provided families with relief materials which contain: Food parcels, Hygiene parcels, Flour, Jerry can and mats