SARC has raised the standards of its medical services in Al-Hol Camp through the intervention of a medical convoy consisted of two medical units (include internal, cardiac, Gynecology, laboratory and radiation sections), 3 mobile clinics and 5 ambulances on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. The medical teams are providing medical integrated services to the greatest possible number of the people in the camp, while the first aid teams are responding to all urgent calls along the camp.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent teams in Hasakeh city are responding to the people, mostly women and children, arrived recently in Al-hole Camp. The teams established 25 public bathrooms inside the camp and delivered a generator (45 kVA), supported by the ICRC to the desalination station. In addition, during the period from 27 February to 2 March, the have distributed 14700 hot meals, water bottles, 2000 blankets, 3000 canned food parcels, 2000 hygiene kits, 2500 childern clothes kits provided by IFRC, ICRC, UNICEF and WFP.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent teams have established a collective kitchen in Al-Holl Camp in Hasakeh. The kitchen started producing ready to eat and hot meals for 200 families and 614 persons there on 16/2/2019. On the first day, it produced 613 meals, which increased on the second day to 700 meals for 194 families. On the third day, it managed to produce 424 meals. This kitchen was established and equipped with the support of the ICRC.
In the middle of Hasakeh city, the schools have witnessed an increase in students number, where SARC’ Water and construction team launched a hygiene awareness campaign. It included different educational activities of hands washing, personal hygiene and lice prevention. During the one month campaign, supported by IMC, SARC volunteers distributed 30.000 soap bars, 3000 anti-lice spray and 6500 anti-lice shampoo. They also provided the schools with 190 hygiene kits that contains brooms, trash cans and shovels.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent in cooperation with the UN in Syria successfully dispatched the largest ever humanitarian convoy to more than 40.000 people in Rukban Camp. Despite the bad weather conditions, 146 volunteers from SARC have exerted their best effort for 9 days. SARC teams have met the different humanitarian needs of the people there, and established a well-equipped camp with a collective kitchen to provide services of accommodation and meals for the working participants from SARC and the UN. Under the supervision of SARC teams, the humanitarian aid carried in 133 trucks (118 trucks were loaded with food… Read More »