In coordination with all active parties on ground, joint exerted efforts by the Disaster Management teams of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Damascus branch and Damascus Rural branch managed to deliver the first convoy of food and non-food relief aid items to Bluedan town on June 1st 2015.
The convoy, which is provided by the UN offices, contained: 1000 food parcel, 1000 hygiene parcel, 300 diapers for olds, 1000 baby diapers and 1000 sanitary napkin. Moreover, the convoy was loaded also with 3000 breadbasket, that supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Syrian Arab Red Crescent. The relief aid items have been unloaded in the SARC’s active sub-branch in the town, while the bread has been distributed immediately to the beneficiaries who are total to 1000 family.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent will respond to more of the affected residents and displaced people who total to 5800 family according to the initial assessments carried out previously in Bluedan.
It is noteworthy that more relief aid items will be delivered to the town within the few coming days.