Water and sanitation team of Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Quneitra branch rehabilitated Mohammed Alffendi sheltering center in Alwafeeden camp in Al-Boteha area on Tuesday 25.10.2016. the works took 14 days to be concluded where the team installed internal electrical network for the center, Gypsum Board partitions, maintened of health facilities, repairing sanitation, maintained sewage network for the basement , repaired wooden doors, installed water pump and sludge pump.. This project comes in cooperation the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and aimed to make 185 people life more comfortable and it supported by
Relief team of Syrian Arab Red Crescent –Alboteha sub brunch concluded a distribution process which began last September 2016. The team distributed food and non-food materials for 1670 families for Alwafdeen camp. The materials contained (food parcels, peanut butter, flour, can parcels, kitchen kit, hygiene kit, blankets, diapers, scraps and diapers for old).
Qunaitra psycho-social support team of Syrian Arab Red Crescent organized a psycho-social activity in Alwafdeen camp under ( Eid and Laughter ) title. 127 children (4 – 17) years old participated in the activity which aimed to draw a #smile on children faces and make them happy though of the pressing circumstances. The day ended with distributing presents and butter nuts to the children.
Psycho social support team Of Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Quneitra branch made a cooking Activity with mothers in Alboteha shelter, 30 mother joined this activity where 50 families got benefit from these meals. This activity is coming with mother’s rehabilitation plan in Alwafdeen camp shelters which aimed to teach mothers new skills, and help them to get along with each others.
Water and Sanitation team of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Quneitra branch ended a sewage line project on Saturday 25/9/2016 with 235M west to the location of UN Point in Khan Arnabeh area. The work lasted for 35 days with International Committee of Red Cross support to serve 450 displaced people in the area.