The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) regrets the deteriorating situation civilian in Raqqa city are suffering from as a result of the ongoing events, Specially the targeting of public services facilities and health care facilities. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent appeals to all parties to neutralize these facilities in order to ensure lifesaving services to #civilians are maintained and accessible according To the principles of the International humanitarian law (IHL) specifically the principle of proportional use of force.
A joint delegation from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC )and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) paid a visit to Al Aqttan Camp in Ein Issa area north Raqqa governorate on August 1st, 2017. This visit came to assess the basic humanitarian needs of health, water and relief where a study was conducted for potential projects related to urgent water supplies and providing more water tanks, jerrycans and water sterilization items. The joint delegation was briefed on the humanitarian situations there which can feedback to the infrastructure project studies in north Raqqa in general and in camps in particular. In the… Read More »
SARC teams entered Al-Nashabieh area in Rural Damascus with humanitarian relief aid convoy (17 trucks) loaded with food parcels, flour, nutrition items, hygiene kits, kitchen sets and children clothes. 7200 people there will benefit from these aid. It is worth to mention that the convoy is delivered in cooperation with UN Offices.
SARC delivered a convoy (15 trucks) to Al Derkhabia and Zakia in #Rural_Damascus with UN offices. The convoy include (#food parcels, flour, nutrition, hygiene bags, medicines and medical materials) for 33 thousand beneficiaries .
Neither advanced age nor chores could make education an impossible mission for ladies with self-motivation along with encouraging families. Those ladies whose ages range between (25- 65) tuned their time according to school bell of literacy classes which were launched by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC)) and supported by Danish Red Cross (DRC) in a community center in Al-Dwella area in Damascus city. Reem Obeid (55 years old): “I came to know about the center by chance. I thought it is a dispensary, but as soon as I heard about the courses, I had my submission and joineda literacy… Read More »