Syrian Arab Red Crescent delivered relief aid (food and medical items) to hard to reach areas in Deir Ezzour city on Wednesday, February 14, 2016. The items included 2850 food parcel (cans, palm, olive oil, pasta and thyme) supported by ICRC. Moreover, SARC managed to deliver first aid equipment and medicines that supported by IFRC. The items will be distributed in accordance to beneficiaries lists.
While they were carrying out their duty in evacuating four humanitarian cases, The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) cars came under fire despite of coordination with all parties on ground on Tuesday 9 February 2016. However, SARC team continued on its mission and was able to evacuate the cases and deliver them to the specialized hospitals in Damascus. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent calls on all parties to respect SARC emblem, to provide protection for SARC teams and enable them to carry out their humanitarian missions, which aimed to alleviate sufferings of the most vulnerable people. It is worth to… Read More »
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent(SARC) –Aleppo Branch managed to deliver humanitarian relief aid to Nubl and Al-Zahra towns in rural Aleppo on 7-8/02/2016. The mentioned relief aid, which is supported by IFRC, ICRC, WHO and PU, included medical items, medicines, food parcels, hygiene kits and children clothes. About 5300 family in Nubl and 3200 family in Al-Zahra are to be benefited from these relief aids.
Water Project of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent held its annual meeting on 17-21/1/2016. The meeting is organized to review the project’s works, set out a structural development plan, discuss all faced obstacles and difficulties and find out suitable solutions and to have all water teams all over SARC branches introduced to SARC’s departments, who one by one introduced a short briefing to their departments.
Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and in cooperation with the International Federation of the Red Cross &Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and British Red Cross organized the first Training course in livelihood improvement field. Titled as “Introduction to Livelihood”, the workshop got 32 volunteers together on 13-15/1/2016. The planned goals of the Training course were to have efficient volunteers with capabilities to plan, carry out and follow up livelihood projects in near future all over SARC branches. Those volunteers should have perfect comprehension over livelihood concepts, and with capacity to provide new studies in this field.