Rural Damascus

Relief Aid to 1500 people in Harfa Village


Qatana- Sub Branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent  continues to respond to affected people  through its various activities and services. The sub branch   distributed 250 food parcels to the people of Harfa village on May 25th, 2015 It is noteworthy that all teams in the sub branch ( assessment- relief – psychological support) are in standby to provide help to needy people.  


Hygiene Awareness Campaign in Jaramana


It is well known that  Epidemics and contagious diseases increased in Summer Season, so Jaraman sub-branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent rushed to launch a hygiene awareness campaign in sheltering centers. This step came to prevent or at least to limit the spread of  contagious diseases among the Refugees crowds. The three day campaign, which supervised by a joint team of hygienic promotion team and the psycho-social support team, started on May 15th 2015. It involved several sessions of hygienic awareness that target  the  parents among refugees, who total 85 person. It also contained activities that addressed the  children like: Drawing, Singing, draw on fabrics, marionette/Puppet, and… Read More »


Great efforts and Intensive humanitarian work


SARC- Jarmmana- sub-branch was and still one  of the best Sub-Branches regarding the voluntary work and commitment to the principles. The sub branch is shouldering heavy tasks to deliver as they register 60 family (affected and displaced) daily; in addition, in addition to the newly displaced one. Regarding the relief items distribution, they support 700-800 family per day via the distribution point. Moreover, the point distribute a full emergency package for the newly displaced families in order to alleviate their sufferings.  


Joyful day with children


Psycho-social support team of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Damascus countryside Branch and in coordination with the Danish Red Cross  joined   the school’s children in each of Kfir Yaboos and Hosh Bjd area. The aimed to celebrate the day of success with the children, and provided entertainment on this joyful day. The team played music and the presented gifts to about 750 children.


Health and Relief Needs Assessment in Bluedan Area


Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Damascus and Rural Damascus conducted a comprehensive assessment of Bluedan area  in May 25th,2015. The assessment process covered the health situation and relief need of the affected people there. The assessment also included the water system, sanitation, sewage and waste.


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