In order to encourage children to start their new school year with enthusiasm, Child Protection Department of SARC’s Humanitarian Aid Project organized a two-day educational voyage for refugees’ children in Syria. The first day targeted 32 Syrian children, while the second day targeted 23 Somali and Iraqi children. The voyage, which carried out in cooperation with UNHCR, included a visit to the Educational Center for Arts where they had activities of drawing and sculpting, a visit to the library where they enjoyed listening to didactic stories and a tour in the Museum of the Sciences where they saw historical documents,… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent organization received mobile medical cell, which consists of two units equipped with gynecology clinic, internal clinic, a laboratory, two ambulances and a radiography room, provided by the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) on Thursday, August 16, 2018. The unit was received during an event attended by Engineer Khaled Hboubati, President of SARC, Sun Shuopeng, Vice President and Secretary General of the RCSC, Mr. Ma Shui Liang, the Political Advisor at the Chinese Embassy in Damascus and Mr. Hashem, IFRC regional manager in MENA zone. In his speech, Mr. Hboubati, thanked the RCSC for this… Read More »
In Eastern Ghouta, Zamalka and Erbin areas received humanitarian aid convoy delivered by SARC on Aug 9, 2018. The convoy consisted of 27 trucks loaded with 7000 food parcels, 7000 flour bags, 7500 blankets, 3500 kitchen kits, 3500 plastic sheets, lamps, medical supplies, raising awareness brochures, peanuts butter, high energy biscuit, sanitary napkin, diapers for babies and adults and jerrycans provided by WFP, UNICEF, UNFPA, WHO and UNHCR.
78 volunteers working in the medical field in SARC-Douma sub-branch competing around the clock on providing services to the patients at the emergency unit and the clinics in the sub-branch. The services include first aid, clinics, healthcare, dialysis, laboratory tests and radiology. In July 2018, 27.184 people benefited from the mentioned services, among them 20.382 people got needed medicines, 1256 were in emergency condition and 82 people were transferred to Damascus hospitals for treatment.