On Monday April 13th 2015, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the formal concerned authorities managed to deliver the first humanitarian relief aid shipment (food and health items) to Deir Ezzor city. No relief items have been delivered to the city since a year and a half. It is worth mentioning that the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and in coordination with the formal concerned authorities is going on exerting best efforts to deliver more humanitarian relief aid items to Deir Ezzor city.
Within the constant strained circumstances and the increasingly displacement movement from Bosra Al-Sham area to Sweida governorate, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Sweida Branch rushed to help all affected families there. The first aid and disaster management team distributed (470) food parcels, (1242) blankets, (1042) mattresses, and Kitchen and hygiene kits. The teams built more tent in Rassas village to shelter the evacuated families. The first aid and mobile clinic squads provided services as they transferred 27 patients to the nearby hospitals and provided basic first aid inside the ambulance to 35 cases ,In addition to 64 cases were treated and provided… Read More »
SARC Homs sheltering team along with disaster management committee organised an event for mothers’ honoring in Al Waer collective shelters. Guests from AOUN for Relief and Development Society. The event , which was attended by 172 women, shed light to the woman role in the educational aspects. Various activities were done during the event like competitions, singing traditional song “Sit AlHabaib”, and gifts presented the mothers.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent-Quneitra Branch arranged a special event to honor the mothers in Khan Arnabeh sheltering centre. The event was launched on 30th March 2015 and attended by SARC’s Quneitra management and volunteers of Khan Arnabeh kindergarten. The event contained handmade works by mothers in Khan Arnabe shelter, group games, face painting and dancing with more than 210 child. Syrian Arab Red Crescent Quneitra branch manager highlighted the importance of these activities and encouraged mothers to produce such handwork to be an income and ease their suffering. The event was concluded with honoring mothers and presented them with gifts .
In the framework of livelihood improvement project, British Red Cross delegation paid a visit to SARC’s- Homs Branch on March 25th 2015. The delegation was composed of Mr. Azeem Nourani, Food Security & Livelihoods delegate and Dr. Hosam Faysal, the Syrian Crisis Program Manager. The visit was aimed to improve the beneficiaries’ livelihood projects, which have a major role in upgrading benefitted families to be actively working ones with real income. The delegation was welcomed by Dr. Motaz Al Atassi, Chairman of the Board in SARC’s – Homs Branch. Then they made a field briefing tour to some livelihood activities,… Read More »