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Delegations from the Syria Trust for Development and the Norwegian Refugee Council visit SARC

Eng.Khaled Hboubati, President of SARC, received Mr. Fares Kallas, the Secretary General of the Syria Trust for Development and Mr. Jan Egeland, the Secretary General of the Norwegian Refugee Council and accompanied delegation in SARC-HQ on 22/10/2018. The two delegations came to visit SARC to see its services and activities and to discuss ways of cooperation in order to support the organization in its efforts exerted to alleviate the suffering of the most vulnerable people all over Syria.

Two humanitarian aid shipments reached Douma

Syrian Arab Red Crescent delivered two humanitarian aid shipments to Douma city in Eastern Ghouta on 21-22/10/2018. The first shipment (3 trucks) carried 1008 blankets and 2500 hygiene kits provided by the ICRC, while the second one (5 trucks) carried 200 mattresses and 500 hygiene kits provided by ICRC; and 1925 food parcels and 50 boxes of nutritional supplements provided by WFP and 500 plastic sheets provided by the UNHCR.

Another shipment of SARC’s relief aid reached Al-Lajaa areas in Daraa

SARC dispatched the second relief aid convoy to 13 areas in Al-Lajaa in the eastern rural of Daraa (Al-Tiraa, Al-Mitaleh, Al-Jisry, Mazraa Al-Abed, Kirata, Msaikeh Al-Gharbieh, Al-Mzairaa, Al-Khawabi, Al-Braiktaa, Al-Madaress, Msaikeh Al-Sharkieh, Al-Blaneh and Kom Al-Rouman) on Thursday, October 18, 2018. A delegation from The Un agencies (WFP, WHO and UNHCR) accompanied the convoy, which carried 2700 food parcels and 2700 flour bags provided by the WFP.

SARC equips its staff with knowledge and skills through training workshops

During the first half of October 2018, SARC held three training workshops aimed to build capacities and work rehabilitation, which contributes to efficient services’ delivery to the most vulnerable people. The first workshop targeted IM teams with training on infographic design charts presentation using “Adobe Illustrator” program with tools to connecting Excel reports and GIS maps with the program. The second one was launched for 25 volunteers of the livelihood project where they attended sessions on assessments, analysis and the crisis impact on livelihood as well as types of effective intervention. The last one was dedicated for media & communication… Read More »

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