The Syrian Arab Red Crescent in cooperation with the World Food Program managed to deliver 62,452 tons of humanitarian relief aid to Harabesh neighborhood in Deir Ezzour city on Wednesday, April19, 2017. The relief aid was deliverd via three air drops and contained cooking oil, sugar, rice, lentils, salt, and bulgur to match the needs of 1500 families there. In its turn, SARC will manage all collection, transfer and distribution process in coordination with the Relief sub-committee in Deir Ezzour governorate. It is worth to mention that SARC has renewed the beneficiaries’ relief aid cards during the first quarter of… Read More »
Damascus, April 16, 2017 For the fifth day in row, Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) teams continue with their humanitarian duty in the four towns (Zabadani & Madaya in Rural Damascus and Al-Fu’ah & Kefraya in Rural Edlib). Hundreds of SARC volunteers are still providing the humanitarian services needed by evacuees in the mentioned areas with neutrality and impartiality manner and based on confidence and upon request of the negotiated and agreed parties. It is highly important to mention that the Syrian Arab Red Crescent is not involved or part of the agreement. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent strongly condemns the attack… Read More »
In cooperation with the International Federation of the Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), British Red Cross (BRC) and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) launched a training workshop on 2-5/04/2017. The workshop, which titled “Charts Analysis using Excel Program”, targeted the Information Management coordinators in SARC- HQ and its branches. The workshop aimed to the development of the technical knowledge and practical experiences, focus more on chart analysis and turn it into data information that used to improve the monitoring and evaluation process for all programs carried out by SARC in cooperation with partners.
SARC Operational Department launched a workshop, titled “Operational Management Workshop”, on March 30, 2017. The four day workshop was supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross and participated by 31 volunteers from field response teams of SARC branches. The workshop discussed various topics about difficulties and challenges faced in field of response along with best solutions, safety and risk management in field, set up a standard work methodology in emergency response, maintain high coordination between SARC and its humanitarian work partners and the communication role during the response. It is worth to mention that the workshop was attended… Read More »
Damascus/Geneva, 05 April, 2017 – Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) mourns Red Crescent volunteer Mohamed Jamal Al-Wardi who lost his life in a horrible accident on Wednesday, April 05, 2017 in DeirEzZor governorate while on duty. Last week, SARC lost another volunteer, Firas Hussain, who martyred in Al-Tabaqa area in Al-Raqqa governorate. Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) extends its condolences to Mohamad’s family, friends and his fellow volunteers at this sad time.