SARC health mobile clinic’s team made their way to Rassas village in Swaida accompanied with a team from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in order to provide health services to the sick people there. Since the beginning of 2018, the team visited 8 districts in Swaida governorate and provided free checkup and medications for 501 persons. SARC mobile clinics’ services is an example the various health services provided by SARC that aim to reach sick people in remote areas.
The Mobile Health Clinic of Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Quneitra branch has its daily work of seeing patients and provide them with free medicines. It also held educating session about health care and how to avoid contagious diseases. the clinic has provided services to more than 13,695 people, 4190 children among them in 25 sheltering centers and residential areas in the province during 2016, and it will exert more efforts on 2017 to reach the greatest number of most needed affected people.
Mobile Health Clinic of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent provides medical services for patients in different areas in Quneitra. It provided patients with free prescriptions after examined them. 102 person got benefit daily from the MHC services in Al Koom, Jaba, Al Baath City, Khan Arnabeh and the shelters all over the governorate.
Highlights: Starting an executing new distribution plan to reach more affected people. 2500 patients got benefit from Mobile Health Clinic. 77292 beneficiaries from relief materials. 2000 beneficiaries from sterilization drinking water. Psycho social support team reaching 1632 children. Transferring 102 medical cases. Health: First Aid Services: First Aid teams in Syrian Arab Red Crescent, Quneitra branch transferred 102 cases, 17 from them to Damascus hospitals. Mobile Health Clinic: MHC provided patients with free medicines after examined them in the most governorate areas. The clinic reached 2500 patients during October between them 791 children. Relief: Syrian Arab Red Crescent, relief teams… Read More »
Highlights: 48400 beneficiaries from relief materials. Transferring 146 medical cases. 1934 free prescriptions. Targeting 1954 child in Quneitra and Al Wafeeden Camp Schools. Health: First Aid Services: First Aid Teams in Syrian Arab Red Crescent transferred 146 cases in Quneitra, 16 between them to Damascus hospitals. Mobile Health Clinic: Mobile Health Clinic served 1934 patients and 694 child during November in Khan Arnabeh, Al Baath City, Al Koom, Al Sndianah, Jaba, Ain Aesha, Ain AlThwra and Al Mashaa areas. Relief activities: Relief teams activities covered 48400 displaced person in Khan Arnabeh, Al Koom, Al Baath City, Al Snidanah, Ain Aesha, Jaba,… Read More »