The Syrian Arab Red Crescent organization received mobile medical cell, which consists of two units equipped with gynecology clinic, internal clinic, a laboratory, two ambulances and a radiography room, provided by the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) on Thursday, August 16, 2018. The unit was received during an event attended by Engineer Khaled Hboubati, President of SARC, Sun Shuopeng, Vice President and Secretary General of the RCSC, Mr. Ma Shui Liang, the Political Advisor at the Chinese Embassy in Damascus and Mr. Hashem, IFRC regional manager in MENA zone. In his speech, Mr. Hboubati, thanked the RCSC for this… Read More »
SARC delivered humanitarian aid convoy consisted of 21 trucks to Bousra Al-Sham on Thursday, August 16, 2018. The trucks are loaded with 7500 blankets, 3000 mattresses, 3000 mats, 3000 jerry-cans, 1500 hygiene kits, 1500 kitchen kits, solar lamps, plastic sheets, medical supplies, medicines, raising awareness brochures, nutrition items, high energy biscuit and sanitary napkins provided by UNICEF, UNFPA, WHO and UNHCR.
In its response to the emergency needs of the people in Qunaitera city, SARC dispatched two trucks loaded with 3000 food parcels and 3000 flour bags, provided by WFP, to Al-Hamidiah town in Qunaitera city on Tuesday, Aug 14, 2018.
Amira (40) believed that “Dreams couldn’t be achieved through making wishes. Only determination can make it”. She knew how to make living amidst tough circumstances when her husband passed away leaving her alone with many children. Amira invested her talent in sewing along with her neighbor, Sahar, whose husband had a critical health condition, also has suffered similar circumstances and decided to light a candle better than to curse the darkness. The two women applied for SARC’s livelihood grants and received sewing machines, after an assessment process ensured their ability to manage a small business project. SARC team follow up… Read More »
Dara al-Balad neighborhoods, Tarik Alssad and Daraa Camp, was the third stop point for SARC’s convoy on Thursday, August 09, 2018. The convoy (26 trucks) carried 6500 family hygiene kits, 7500 blankets, 1500 kitchen kits, 4500 mats, 4720 mattresses, nutrients items (peanuts butter and high energy biscuit), jerrycans, sanitary napkins, diapers for babies and adults and solar lamps provided by UNICEF, UNFPA and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.