Damascus: 11/10/2019 The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) voices concern about the current escalation of hostilities, which would exacerbate the plight and internal displacement, in the Northeast area, where SARC was and is still making every effort to meet the needs of the families suffering adverse conditions. To date SARC volunteers from different departments take the responsibility to lend a hand to all people affected by the floods that hit Hasakeh and Qamishli earlier this year. They do their best to deliver quality services to the people in Al-Hol Camp, in which children and women constitute the majority, particularly through… Read More »
Committed to responsibilities of promoting Sphere principals, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) carried out the first training course on Sphere’s new edition handbook (2018), which SARC has contributed translating into Arabic. The training, supported by the British Red Cross, brought 32 staff members of all SARC branches and HQ together where they engaged practical and theoretical sessions on 18- 21 Sep, 2019. It is worth mentioning that SARC is Sphere’s focal point in Syrian.
Damascus: 8/9/2019 On 6/9/2019, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Organization (SARC), in collaboration with the United Nations, has fulfilled its humanitarian duty towards the people in Rukban Camp and dispatched a humanitarian aid convoy to 13.000 people residing there. Since February 18, 2019, SARC has started its humanitarian response in Rukban, where SARC volunteers escourted people coming out from the camp, through a humanitarian passage, to makeshift shelters in Homs city. To date, 18.070 people left the camp and SARC volunteers saved no efforts to meet their needs whether in shelters or in their domicile of choice. Eng. Khaled Hboubati,… Read More »