News From The Branches

Needs assessment is going on for people returned to rural Idleb


Responding to the large-scale return home people in the southern rural of Idleb city, the assessment teams of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent- Hama branch visited 33 villages in Sinjar, Tallkram, sera and Hawa towns. The team volunteers met the returnees and saw their living conditions in order to define the basic needs, on which relief items process will be carried out.


PSS activities reached people in Al-Hawl Camp


When children made up the largest segment of the people arriving in Al-Hawl Camp, after a tiring journey from East Deir Ezzour, SARC has soon initiated a psychosocial support intervention. The PSS mobile team has provided services that help the children on integration and resilience through raising awareness sessions and purposeful entertaining activities. As soon as the people arrive in the camp, the team provides psychological first aid, then they carry out awareness sessions for children and adults regarding personal hygiene and potential diseases. In addition, they launch daily creative and kinetic activities, like drawing and competitions for hundreds of… Read More »


A Community led initiative at Al-Brekeh in Rural Damascus

Due to unlit roads, the residents of Al-Brekeh in Rural Damascus were going through various dangers such as: being attacked by stray animals which affected their ability to walk at night and caused the increase of car accidents. Therefore, # SARC-HSP community center in Qarah with the help of the residents and the cooperation of the town’s municipality alongside the National Electric Power Company, organized and implemented an initiative through the CLI program funded by @ UNHCR.Syria which provided the appropriate electrical equipment to light the area.


4000 families benefited from seeds grant in Hasakeh

SARC volunteers in Hasakeh continue the distribution of the seeds grant, provided by ICRC, to 4000 affected farmers and returnees in the southern areas (Shadadi, Markada and Areesheh) and the surrounding rural areas, as well as in Tall Brak, Al-Holl and the southern rural of Qamishli city. The distribution process is carried out according to previous assessments and in collaboration with the Directorate of Agriculture where every farmer gets 150 kg fertilizers and 200 kg barley or wheat seeds.


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