– Awareness campaign on preserving clean water sources for 200 family
– SARC is performing an urgent sanitation project in Jweza shelter
– 1835 Beneficiaries from Mobile Health clinic services
– 94 emergency cases transferred during July
First Aid Services:
SARC’s first aid teams transferred 94 cases in July included 10 cases to Damascus hospitals.
Mobile health clinic:
Mobile Health Clinic reached 1835 patients in residential and sheltering centers in Quneitra.
Within an Awareness Campaign about preserving clean water sources; the clinic visited Khan Arnabeh area and checked families with inflammatory symptoms and provided them with needed medicine
SARC’s relief team supported displaced people ‘s needs through the main branch and its sub-branches in Al Boteha and Hader.
The beneficiaries reached 7388 family in July.
7388 food parcels, 2381 flour bag, 2838 blankets were distributed in (khan Arnebah, Al Baath City, Al Koom, Jeba, Hader, Nbaa Al Fawar, Harfa, Al Wafedeen Camp).
Psychosocial support team arranged group games and open days in Jeba and Al Koom areas, where the number of beneficiaries reached 169 child.
The team had finished educational sessions for teenagers with topics on how to manage stress, problem solving and skills development.
They also finished awareness sessions for mothers about how to deal properly with children and managing family issues in Jaba, Jweza and Al Mshaa areas.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion (WASH):
Water and Sanitation team responded to many pathological cases resulted from water pollution in Khan Arnabe districts, where they arranged an awareness campaign about the needs to preserve clean water sources and to follow up sterilization processes periodically.
Supported by the International Committee of Red Cross,The team provided electricity generator (500 K.V.A) to Abaza hospital.
Drinkable water reached 12800 person during July in shelters and residential areas all over the governorate, and the team provided water tanks with sterilize pills (Aqua Tab) periodically.
They also started a sanitation project in Al Jweza shelter at Al Koom where rot water spots attract insects and rodents and affect clean water of wells badly. This project is implemented to serve more than 70 resident family in Jweza, supported by UNICEF.
SARC’s volunteers in Al Boteha sub-branch had cleaned drinking tanks in Al wafedeen camp shelters and sterilized the water with chlorine pills (Aqua Tabs), cleaned sewage in that shelters and aware families to keep their shelters clean.