Psycho-social Support Team of Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Al boteha sub branch concluded a knitting course on 28/12/2016. The course, which started on 15/11/2016, targeted 29 mothers in Al wafdeen camp shelters(Mohamad Fandi- Al boteha1). The team taught them how to weave wool and make winter clothes. Psychosocial Support Team always seeks to enhance mothers’ confidence and help them to be self dependent persons.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in cooperation with International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) delivered 11 humanitarian relief aid trucks to Izra’a area in Rural Dara’a on 26/11/2016. The Relief aid included 2000 food parcels, 2000 canned food parcels, 3000 blankets, non-food items and medical items.
SARC – Aleppo mobile medical team continues field visiting the places that shelter the affected people. Yesterday, the team conducted a field visit to the skeleton buildings in Al-Inshaat Association, near Abo Firas Al-Hamadani Roundabout. The trip involved examining patients sheltering in those buildings (25 patients) and presented raising-awareness sessions on brucellosis for women there.
On Monday 1st Aug, SARC-Homs Branch completed delivering 26 trucks of an aid convoy “food and non food” items to Al-Houla in cooperation with UN offices. The relief items were provided by WFP,UNICEF,UNFPA, WHO and UNHCR to cover the needs of 71k ppl for one month.
SARC’s Rural Damascus psychosocial support teams organized many activities on Thursday 28/7/2016 in Qatana and Jairoud areas. Qatana psychosocial support team organized an activity in “Al Essam Momena” School contained games of running, painting and shows and were concluded with distributing gifts for 75 kids. On the same time, psychosocial support team in Jairoud area organized an activity for 150 kids, from the shelter and local community, contained competitions, play show and painting. This activity was concluded with presenting the children with gifts of high energy biscuits, cotton clothes, peanut butter and finally having the dinner together. These activities aimed… Read More »