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Another humanitarian aid convoy reaches Al-Boukamal ,Deir Ezzour


Syrian Arab Red Crescent delivered another humanitarian aid convoy to Al-Boukamal city in Deir Ezzour on Tuesday, December 12, 2017. The convoy (15 trucks) is loaded with 3000 food parcels, 3000 flour bags, 2500 canned food parcels, 3000 hygiene kits, 4500 diaper bags and 2500 solar lamps.   It is worth to mention that the aid is provided by the International Committee of the Red Cross, the  International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the United Nations.


Czech Red Cross continues to support SARC


Syrian Arab Red Crescent received a new batch of humanitarian aid provided by Czech Red Cross on 11/12/2017. This aid consists of 4 tons of dry milk for children that will be distributed to the due persons by SARC. It is worth to mention that SARC received 3 mobile clinics from the Czech Red Cross last week. Once again, SARC expresses deep thanks to the Czech Red Cross for constant humanitarian initiatives and permanent support to Syrian people.


SARC received 3 mobile clinics provided by Czech Red Cross


Mr. Khaled Hboubati, President of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent, welcomed a Czech Red Cross delegation headed by Secretary General, Dr. Josef Konechy, at SARC-HQ where they discussed avenues of collaboration. Mr. Hboubati expressed his gratitude to the Czech Red Cross for its humanitarian initiative, the constant support to Syrian people and for providing 3 mobile clinics to SARC. The mobile clinics were delivered to SARC warehouse in Tartous city in presence of Dr. Mohamed Jarrah, Head of Medical Services and Dr. Ziad Msallati, Senior Advisor for External Affairs, on 5/12/2017.


Humanitarian aid to East Ghouta


 Syrian Arab Red Crescent delivered humanitarian aid convoy to Al-Nishabieh area in East Ghouta on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. The joint SARC- UN convoy carried relief items (food parcels, flour bags, medicines and medical materials) to 7200 people there.


First Step


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