Livelihood Team in SARC Lattakia Branch distributed the second batch of fodder in a completion of the sheep grant project which was distributed in the villages of Al-Hafah countryside (Al-Zanqofeh-Dafil-Maysaloun-Qadisiya-Obin-Bet Alshakouhy- Rabieh- Babna-Barouda- Abo Mecca- Blota –Nozha). 200 kg of fodder was delivered to each beneficiary family and the total reached 30 ton of distributed fodder. This project is implemented by SARC in collaboration with the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
SARC Lattakia branch carried out a training course on Disaster Management Principles for 30 volunteers. The course contained many subjects in Disaster Management (International Red Cross and Red Crescent movement, disaster concept, gender and diversity, the sensitive environment of conflict, water and sanitation, sheltering, logistic…)
SARC’s Rural Damascus Branch teams delivered three convoys (36 trucks) loaded with humanitarian aids into Harasta, Rahibh and Bloudan areas on Saturday 10/9/2016. SARC sub branches in these areas helped distributing these convoys as the following :Harasta town (9 trucks) loaded with 3000 food parcels and 3000 health parcels, Rahibh town(13 tracks) loaded with 4500 food parcels and 4500 health parcels, while Bloudan town (14 tracks) loaded with 7000 food parcels and 7000 health parcels). It is worth to mention that these relief materials are donated by International committee of Red Cross (ICRC) and International Federation of Red Cross and… Read More »
On the last two weeks about 908 people had arrived from Darya and Moadamya to Al Herjale shelter, so SARC Rural Damascus relief team prepared all basic materials for those families. The team prepared most needed material to be distributed like: canned food, blankets, mattresses donated by ICRC, kitchen parcels, fans, lamps, baby diapers donated by UNHCR, clothes and entertainment kits for kids donated by UNICEF, In addition to 250 daily bread bags ) The mobile clinic also visited the shelter many times and addressed health care and medicines for 560 cases. In addition to organize psychosocial support sessions every Monday and… Read More »
By Vivian Tou’meh, Syrian Arab Red Crescent Volunteers from the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) have been deployed following heavy snow storms which hit the country in recent weeks. Volunteers have been helping people to move out of unfinished buildings and providing heat, blankets and warm clothes. Dr. Abdul Rahman Attar, President of SARC said: “The snowstorm has shown once more that our staff and volunteers are ready and prepared to respond at all times. We thank all SARC those who were able to help people in the freezing weather.” In Damascus, volunteers responded to several cases related to ice… Read More »