On 20 January 2019, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent entered a relief aid convoy to a three new areas in the eastern rural of Daraa. The convoy consisted of 34 trucks carrying 7,000 food parcels and the same number as flour bags. The aid which supported by WFP will be distributed to beneficiary families in the three areas as follows: ( Naseeb 2000 parcels, algeza 3500 parcels, ghasem 1,500 parcels). Thus, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Daraa has provided humanitarian aid to 33,230 families in 14 areas in the framework of the new distribution cycle launched on 28 December… Read More »
On 15 January 2019, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent enterd a humanitarian aid convoy to Dael and om almayathen in the rural of Daraa, the convoy Which Consists of 38 truck carried food Material provided by the WFP. the aid Included 7580 food parcels and the same number as flour bags, and the work is under way to distribute them to the residents of the Mentioned areas.
Eng. Khaled Hboubati “We highly appreciate the constant support of the Japanese government to the Syrian people”. Within the framework of the grant provided by the Japanese government via the WHO, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Organization received 16 ambulances on Thursday, January 10, 2019. These ambulances will contribute to enhancing the health care and first aid services provided by the organization. Commenting on the new grant, Eng. Khaled Hboubati, President of SARC, said: “We highly appreciate the support of the Japanese government to SARC and the Syrian people especially the grant provided via WHO that will contribute to increasing… Read More »
Children don’t care about weather forecasting news or interested in climatic conditions. But they do care about getting new warm clothes in winter. Therefore, SARC has started distributing winter clothes in Douma, Eastern Ghouta, for children aged between 6 – 16 years during the last few weeks. The clothes kit contains winter jacket, pyjamas, pants, hat, socks, boots and underwear for female provided by the ICRC. The distribution process, which covered 3678 children and 1905 women to date, will be continued during the next week.
The Medical Services Department of SARC in cooperation with UNFPA and in collaboration with Y-Peers held a training workshop about “Peers Education under Humanitarian Conditions” on 30/11/2018. The six-day training aimed to develop the skills of the participants and build their capacities to be promoted as TOT peers education in health fields (productive health, sexual health and healthy behavior). In addition, they have been supported with information to promote health-enhancing change among their peers and the know-how to use the TOT peer education manual. The training highlighted different concepts and civil social norms (gender-based violence, Adolescence age, sexually transmitted diseases,… Read More »