Since he was a child, love of work has created an incentive to Abo-Loai to repair broken appliances at home and gain, through time, useful experience for a sustainable livelihood. Years ago, he has lost his right leg due to an accident left him with a prosthesis. However, the artificial limb was broken under the heavy burdens carried out by the 50-years-man. He tried many times to repair it in order to work and make living for his four children. When he knew about the prosthetics program implemented Syrian Arab Red Crescent (Lattakia branch), he had his application registered and… Read More »
Damascus, May 29th 2019 Syria: Field hospital opens for displaced people in Al-Hol camp Damascus – A new field hospital to assist patients wounded in war or suffering from illness will open this week in Al-Hol camp to address the massive humanitarian needs after an influx of people in recent months. The hospital is opening with support from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Norwegian Red Cross. The more than 63,000 people who have arrived in Al-Hol since December had been without access to health care in… Read More »
Within the humanitarian response carried out by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent-Hasakeh Branch- to the people affected by floods in Tal Hamis and Al-Jazaa town, SARC volunteers distributed 3500 canned food parcels and 6000 blankets, in more than 30 villages, provided by the ICRC and IFRC.
While responding to people affected by floods in southern rural Qamishli, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers of Hasakeh branch started distributing relief aid to the people affected by the stormy weather in Al-Hawl Camp on April 3id, 2019. They have distributed them with 2.000 blankets, 1.500 mattresses, 500 canned food parcels, 100 plastic sheets and diapers for babies and adults provided by the ICRC. In the same time, the volunteers have installed additional 319 tents to shelter the people whose tents have been damaged. Further humanitarian work is being carried out to distribute more aid items and to build… Read More »