News From The Branches

SARC continues its response in Daraa for the third month now and deliver aid convoy to Nawa


SARC has continued its humanitarian response in Daraa city for the third month now. Today, Aug 7, 2018, SARC volunteers delivered a humanitarian aid convoy (24 trucks) to Nawa town. The convoy carried 5000 food parcels and 5000 flour bags provided by WFP. It is worth mentioning that this convoy is the second one reaching Nawa during Daraa response where SARC had delivered relief aid (40 trucks) on July 23 .


SARC mobile clinic visits Erbin in Eastern Ghouta


In the midst of neighborhoods stamped with tiredness, SARC mobile clinic went through in order to reach Erbin town and provide relief to Abdulrahman (80 y). The old man welcomed SARC volunteers like a father. “I have 7 children, whom I know nothing about them, but you are my children also” he expressed his emotion after being checked up and provided proper medicines by SARC doctor. The clinic, which visits Eastern Ghouta villages periodically, provided medical treatments to more than 150 conditions in Erbin. It is worth mentioning that the clinic is supported by ICRC and IFRC.


In Akrama community center: friends in classes and partners in success


For two months, they have used to meet and share class-desk in a catch-up program designed to reintegrate students into the education system. However, their last meeting in SARC community center carried different goal, which is to celebrate their success. Pass rate among beneficiaries of the educational program launched by Akrama center exceeded 90% and15 students excelled in middle-school education. Therefore, the center and child protection department organized awards ceremony to honor their successful performance and attendance. The ceremony included entertaining and interactive activities where the students share thoughts and joy.


Livelihood projects target returnees in Kafersusa


In cooperation with UNFPA, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent supports the returnees in Kafersusa areas (Al-lawan, Mahayni) through a project targeting the young people (18-35). SARC-Livelihood Team provided those people with the basic equipment and essential materials to start their small enterprises, which varied to include sewing projects (15), hairstyle and cosmetics (7), industrial (7), groceries (4) and other 7 projects. The team follows up the projects to ensure the best results.


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