The evacuation mission of 86 people from Eastern Ghouta hasn’t been concluded on the evacuation date (29/12/2017) and still has a sequel to the humanitarian work that represented with a visit by SARC president, Eng. Khaled Hboubati, and accompanied delegation to the patients, who were transferred to Damascus hospitals (Ibn Alnafees, Al-Moujtahed and Al-Atfal).
The president made sure that all the patients are provided with the needed health care and served with the proper medical attention. He talked to them, confirmed that SARC will do its best to ease their sufferings and wished them soon recovery. In their turn, some of the patients expressed their unwillingness to go back home in Eastern Ghouta.
The medical reports issued by the mentioned hospitals reveal that some of the patients are completely healed, while some others still need some necessary X-Ray and laboratory tests. SARC and all humanitarian partners work together to secure the mentioned medical requirements urgently under difficult circumstances of the economic sanctions imposed on Syria.
It is worth mentioning that SARC delegation consisted of Mr. Ossama Bitar, Director General and Miss. Rahaf Aboud, Head of Communication department.
The three-day evacuation mission involved a transfer of 29 patients (17 children, 6 women and 6 men) in addition to their accompanies (57 persons) among them 3 sick persons (2 children and a woman), who also provided with the proper treatment. The mission was carried out in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).