Eng. Khaled Hboubati, President of SARC, and Ms. Marian Gasser, Head of ICRC Delegation in Syria, opened the first workshop about families’ reunion. The two-day workshop (5-6/12/2018) aimed to shed light on the Restoring Family Links program, which facilitates the reunification of separated families. It brought 25 volunteers and employees from all SARC’s branches together where they get to know the different aspects of the program and gained knowledge on how to deal with the related cases. It is worth to mention that SARC, in cooperation with ICRC, carried out two successful missions in restoring family links because in situations… Read More »
On 8 December 2018, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent delivered relief aid to al-Muzayrib town in the western rural of Deraa. The convoy of 22 trucks carried 4,000 food parcels provided by the #WFP, and food parcels will be distributed to 4,000 families living in al-Muzayrib town.
For the third day now, SARC teams in Hasakeh branch continue their response to the people in Al-Areeshah Camp that affected by a flooding few days ago. The relief team distributed aid items directly to the people, while PSS team, formed recently, launched pss-first aid sessions and entertaining activities for the children.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent enters a humanitarian aid convoy to four new villages in the Eastren rural of Daraa, the convoy consists of 17 truck holding food introduction presented by the WFP. The aid Included 5500 food parcels will benefit 5500 family, and the work in progress on distributing them in the four villages according to the following figure: (Mahajeh 2900 parcels, Altaibah 2000 parcels, Alnajeeh 300 parcels, Mejedel 300 parcels). Thus the Syrian Arab Red Crescent have completed the distribution of humanitarian aid to the whole towns and villages in the eastern rural of Daraa.
Due to adverse weather conditions resulted in a flooding that hit Al-Areesha Camp in Hassakeh city, SARC- Hassakeh branch responded to the affected people there on Thursday, December 06, 2018. SARC’s response consisted of a humanitarian relief aid convoy (22 trucks) carrying 9710 blankets, 6000 mattresses and 2000 canned-food parcels. The relief aid items are supported by the ICRC. It is worth mentioning that an assessment for the needs was carried out on Wednesday, December 5, 2018. Aid items are delivered to the affected people according to a direct distribution process that will continue until Saturday, December 8, 2018.