Similar to all Damascus Countryside, the situation in Sehnaya -Rural Damascus- is bad as displaced and affected families live under hard conditions. However, SARC volunteers seek always to help those families with critical support, as they distributed food parcels for more than 40 thousand people during 2017, provided by ICRC and WFP.
Six children under 12 years are living in a house shaken by the strong wind. They seem weak but satisfied enough as their hearts have no fears about the coming days. This is how Um Mazzen’s family looks like. The elder child suffers respiratory infection which keeps him awake at night and the sick father can’t pay for medicines or outgoings. However, Um Mazzen is still optimistic “My kids are my fortune” she said. She told us how they escaped from Al Raqqa and walked for seven days to reach a safe area. Today, the family enjoys peace in Deir Al Ashayer town… Read More »
During last October SARC volunteers distributed relief aid to more than 500 families from Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor in Al Dimas area with the support of ICRC , WFP and UNHCR . 1000 hygiene kits, 2500 blankets, 500 kitchen kits, 500 water gallons, 500 chargers, 1500 mats, 1000 Plastic linoleum, 1000 winter clothes for men and 1000 for women, in addition to 3500 food parcels were provided.
crutches to support his tired body and parcels of humanitarian assistance can meet part of his needs, and so life goes on for Abu Feisel, who came from Alhassaka governorate and benefited from SARC- 4th distribution cycle 2017. This cycle included distribution of 16723 food parcels and 13851 non-food materials. 30574 displaced and affected families benefited from the materials in Swaida and its countryside.The relief team at SARC-Swaida Branch continues its mission to provide displaced and affected families with humanitarian assistance supported by ICRC, WFP, UNHCR, and DRK.
Once you arrive in Kherbet Al Ward town you can feel the dry weather, soil and even people’s hands who suffer poverty and lack of basic needs. They are obliged to work day and night to secure the needs of his kids. Abu Ali lives there with a hope that tomorrow will be better. His smile reflects optimism to his six grandchildren and teach them that strong man can overcome difficulties. You can figure out his strength as he carries his relief aid parcel with solid arms and rough hands. Where #SARC relief team in Rural Damascus headed to this area last week, and… Read More »