Eng. Khaled Hboubati “We highly appreciate the constant support of the Japanese government to the Syrian people”.
Within the framework of the grant provided by the Japanese government via the WHO, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Organization received 16 ambulances on Thursday, January 10, 2019. These ambulances will contribute to enhancing the health care and first aid services provided by the organization.
Commenting on the new grant, Eng. Khaled Hboubati, President of SARC, said: “We highly appreciate the support of the Japanese government to SARC and the Syrian people especially the grant provided via WHO that will contribute to increasing and enhancing the health services provided by SARC specifically during urgent responses to critical cases all over the country.”
“Given the sheer scale-up of suffering in Syria, SARC responses have been increased in order to meet more of the humanitarian needs. We welcome every humanitarian initiative that would strengthen SARC’s capacities to reach the most vulnerable people.” He added.
It is worth mentioning that SARC received 5 ambulances from the World Health Organization on October 1st 2018.