Rural Damascus

A humanitarian aid convoy enter AL Tal city

SARC’s Rural Damascus branch managed to deliver humanitarian relief materials to AL Tal city, where the second convoy of humanitarian aid arrived on 4/2/2016, which included (7500 food baskets, 2500 hygiene baskets, 1800 peanuts butter). The first convoy of relief aid entered AL Tal city on Thursday 2/2/2016, and consisted of 14 trucks presented from ICRC and contained (3500 food baskets, 3500 hygiene baskets). Notes that SARC’s AL Tal Sub Branch distribute the relief materials to cover all the effected families.

The funeral of Dr. Shalhoub president of SARC’s Rural Damascus branch

Syrian Arab Red Crescent‬’s ‪‎Rural Damascus Branch‬ transferred in venerable ‪‎funeral‬ Dr.Isam Salman Shalhoub ‪president‬ of Syrian Arab Red Crescent Rural Damascus branch, who passed away on Saturday 6/2/2016 The deceased moved in official funeral procession from SARC’s ‪Rural Damascus‬ branch in ‪Jaramana‬ on Sunday morning 7/2/2016 with the participation of ( Syrian Arab Red Crescent HQ , SARC’s ‪‎Damascus Branch‬, Rural Damascus provincial council, Rural Damascus doctors and gathering of people). The procession went to the deceased birth land in Al Kraya town in Al Sweida, and met ‪SARC‬ Al ‪‎Sweida Branch‬ ‪‎volunteers‬ to complete the funeral prayer, In… Read More »

Mobile clinics caring for patients and ease suffering

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.

Rehabilitation three buildings in Al Shabab shelter

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.

Estimating the needs of displaced families in Sa’sa’

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.

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