In accordance to the mutual cooperation framework between Syrian Arab Red Crescent and World Health Organization, a mutual cooperation agreement was signed in sectors of primary, secondary and tertiary health care. The agreement was signed by both, Dr. Abdulrahman Attar, President of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and Ms. Elizabeth Hoff, World Health Organization (WHO) Representative in Syria. Dr. Attar praised the huge efforts exerted by the two organizations that support SARC to carry out its humanitarian missions. He also highly appreciated the collaborative work between SARC and WHO. It is worth to mention that this agreement is to… Read More »
Dr. Abdulrahman Attar, President of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), received Mr. Stephen O’Brien, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, and Mr. Yacoub El Hillo, UN Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator in Syria and the accompanied delegation in SARC’s Al-Zahera Center on Aug 16th, 2015. Dr. Attar accompanied the delegation in a tour around the center’s departments, the disaster management unit and the first aid center. He also presented them with an explanation about the humanitarian activities and services provided by SARC in cooperation with the UN Offices in Syria. However, he noted that up to… Read More »
Supported by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and in cooperation with UNICEF, The Syrian Arab Red Crescent held a workshop on Information Management (IM) and Reporting. The four day workshop started on July 29th, 2015 and brought 24 employees and volunteers from all fourteen SARC branches in Syria. The workshop is highly important for IM staff capacity building as it empowers them in areas of reports editing, data analysis and visualization and in presenting it in a professional way. This will facilitate supervision and a follow up process by managers who will then be… Read More »
SARC Frist Aid Team of rural Damascus managed to evacuate a lady with her three new born babies from Al-Mouadamieh town to Dar Al-Twleed hospital in Damascus on July 27th 2015. The women and her babies were in need to be under professional medical observation which is available only in hospitals. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent would thank all parties who facilitated the mission and highly appreciate the efforts exerted by the hospital’s managements and staff which helped saving the lady and her children’s lives.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent and in cooperation with Ministry of Health and World Health Organization delivered two trucks, loaded with medical items, to the Eastern Ghota area on July 23rd 2015. The medical items consisted of dialysis materials for 500 sessions, routine vaccines, 2000 insulin vial, four diabetes testing devices, 7600 baby milk, 4000 notorious biscuit, 3600 peanut butter, 3040 antibiotic and 1500 intestinal antiseptic. All mentioned items were handed out to SARC sub-branch in Duma city.