SARC’s Mobile Health Clinics in Rural Damascus branch provide all patients with health care and medical services. On Tuesday 19/1/2016, MHC visited Sednaya with many volunteers from SARC’s Sednaya sub-branch, and provided 60 patients with medicines after examined them. The MHC also visited Hafeer Al Tahta shelters, and provided 62 patients with medicines after examined them. SARC’s MHC organize periodical visits to shelters and residential areas to follow up health issues, focusing on reaching remote areas to help patients wherever they are.
Water and sanitation team in SARC Rural Damascus Branch rehabilitated three buildings in Al Shabab shelter in Al Tall area, The team installed doors and wooden partitions to protect the children and old people of 243 families live there.
within the campaigns of supporting most vulnerable people, water and sanitation team and the evaluation team of SARC Qatana Sub Branch assessed the needs of arrival families in Sa’sa’ area on Monday 18/1/2016. They assessed the needs of 52 families, who were displaced from Deir Al Zour, in order to provide them with basic materials as (blankets, mattresses, water materials, clothes). The relief team had distributed about 52 food parcels and 52 waterproofs to these families during December 2015, as an emergency response as soon as they arrived in this area.
Psychosocial support program of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Rural Damascus Branch is keen to help all segments of the society and support them to overcome the pressures. This could be matched by rehabilitation the PSS volunteers within an organized annual work plan. 226 volunteers from the SARC’s Rural Damascus Branch completed Psychosocial support courses for 2015, the courses included all following Sub Branch: (Sahnaya – Ashrafit Sahnaya – Jaramana – Al kiswah – Al Al Dumayr- Al Qutaifiya) And they contained all these subjects: Crises and psychological support – psychological pressure and copping – child support – loss and grief –… Read More »
To serve the affected families and secure their water needs, an irrigation project was launched on Sunday 3/1/2016 to provide more than 10665 beneficiaries with clean water in (Jdaidet Artoz, Jdaidet Al Fadel, Al Ghezlania, Al Sa’ade, Um Al Awaed, Jub Al Safa) areas. The total distributed quantity reached 217 m3 daily, where they provided 25 water tanks with 6 m3 capacity to (Al Sa’ada and Um Al Awaed) areas, and supplied the families with 2000 water gallons. It’s worth mentioning that this project is accomplished by SARC’s Rural Damascus Branch water and sanitation team in cooperation with Première Urgence… Read More »