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.
Belarus sent a donation of 40 metric tons of food aid to Rural Damascus area. The relief aid included wheat flour, baby milk, and canned foods items. The mentioned relief aid were received by representative of SARC’s Rural Damascus Branch Management, Disaster Management Unit, and Logistic Department. The procfess were done in coordination with Rural Damascus Governorate on Wednesday April 8th, 2015.
Based on principle of humanity and the necessity to help affected people all around the country, the relief of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Rural Damascus branch launched an advanced first aid course in Al-Tall sub- branch. The course, which brought together 32 volunteers, addressed didactic and practical training for eight constant days. It is worth mentioning that the trained team is the first to work in Al-Tall city and its neighboring villages.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent constantly works on building capacity and skills of its volunteers at the field work, in order to be able to deliver humanitarian services efficiently. For this purpose , a Telecom Radio workshop was held for three days (1-3 March 2015) . The workshop brought together 17 volunteers from different Rural-Damascus’ sub-branches and centers. The workshop included scientific information on modern radio communications systems and way to build these systems and how to operate it in the Syrian Arab Red Crescent organization. This workshop also included practice on the operation system(repeater and fixed stations). The volunteers were trained… Read More »
Within the efforts delivered to reduce the tragidic conditions of about 75 families that are living in 57 temporal houses in the East part of Elkswa city,the Red Crescent relief team in Elkswa sub-branch completed the process of assisting the important needs of these families on 8-9/2/2014.The next day, Keswa sub-brache’s teams distributed the relief aids that include:food baskets, hygine kits,blankets ,winter clothes and plastic sheets .These relief aids can alleviate a little of these families’ suffering that they are living with far away from their homes since more than two years. It’s worth mentioning that the relief aids that… Read More »