SARC – Aleppo’s teams of water and sanitation and health care in collaboration with ICRC keeps working on providing safe water to heath facilities, especially dialysis centers, in eastern parts of Aleppo in accordance with minimum standards. Safe water is trucked by tankers. An amount of 38 cubic meter is pumped per day.
SARC’s Rural Damascus branch managed to deliver humanitarian relief materials to AL Tal city, where the second convoy of humanitarian aid arrived on 4/2/2016, which included (7500 food baskets, 2500 hygiene baskets, 1800 peanuts butter). The first convoy of relief aid entered AL Tal city on Thursday 2/2/2016, and consisted of 14 trucks presented from ICRC and contained (3500 food baskets, 3500 hygiene baskets). Notes that SARC’s AL Tal Sub Branch distribute the relief materials to cover all the effected families.
Upon a request by authorized parties, SARC – Aleppo in cooperation with SARC – Idlib branch and through their field intervention teams crossed the Humanitarian Corridor (Bustan Al-Qasr – Al-Masharqa) after coordinating with all parties on the ground to transfer the files of Aleppo University’s students in Idlib. Student’s files will be sealed in Aleppo University to help them continue their studies. It is mention worthy that SARC – Idlib delivered these files to SARC – Aleppo’s volunteers through the Humanitarian Corridor
In order to cover the needs of the most vulnerable affected people in #Latakia and its countryside, relief team of SARC -attakia branch completed the distribution of food parcels in (Alzubar-Brabshbo-Ruwayssat qusses –alaqrramh – Alsafkoon – Gurion and Aljbesanah) on 30 January 2016. More than 6,000 people benefited from the distributed items, which is supported by of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
SARC’s Mobile Health Clinics in Rural Damascus branch provide all patients with health care and medical services. On Tuesday 19/1/2016, MHC visited Sednaya with many volunteers from SARC’s Sednaya sub-branch, and provided 60 patients with medicines after examined them. The MHC also visited Hafeer Al Tahta shelters, and provided 62 patients with medicines after examined them. SARC’s MHC organize periodical visits to shelters and residential areas to follow up health issues, focusing on reaching remote areas to help patients wherever they are.