Mariam (8 months) looks very happy after taking her medicine, while her five sisters play in the shelter, which has kept its courtyard open to all children after their return to Mleha in Eastern Ghouta. While SARC medical team examined more than 70 patients and provided medicines to them, in addition to raising awareness session for 40 women about healthy nutrition and common diseases, with a support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The team will visit this area periodically to provide the necessary services.
SARC Rural Damascus branch teams delivered a humanitarian aid convoy to Khan Al Sheeh area in cooperation with UN offices on 30 March 2017. The convoy (11 trucks) was loaded with relief items: food parcels, hygiene kits, nutrition items, wheelchairs and medicines that match needs of 8250 ppl in this area. It’s worth to mention that these materials are donated by UNRWA, WFP, UNFPA, IOM and UNICEF.
SARC Rural Damascus Branch teams exert their best effort to reach the affected areas and manage to support thousands of people there with lifesaving needs and services. Within this framework, the reproductive health project team in cooperation with UNFPA and in coordination with SARC Al Qoutaifa Sub Branch, organized 2 days campaign in Al Thanaya area to provide various services to the people there. On the first day- Dec 20th- they provided health care services and proper medicines to 376 beneficiaries. In addition, the communication team presented 206 beneficiaries with lectures about SARC and its basic principles and services, while… Read More »
Mobile Medical teams in SARC’s Rural Damascus Branch continue their awareness seminars about Contagious diseases and healthcare. They held an awareness seminar in Hafeer Al Tahta area on Monday 14/3/2016, they discussed the symptoms of many diseases and how to be protected. About 300 beneficiaries had participated in this seminar, and the team encouraged participants to focus on personal care and distributed 300 hygiene bags introduction from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).