The head of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Hama welcomed a delegation from the United Nations and the European Union and highlighted SARC’s readiness to serve the most vulnerable families in Syria, coordinate with its humanitarian partners to raise the level of humanitarian work, and achieve a good improvement in the services provided.
SARC humanitarian services are highlighted
Mr. Abdul Rahim Rahhal, the head of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Hama, discussed SARC’s tremendous efforts and services provided over a wide geographical area of Hama and its countryside; these services are in the domain of medicine, relief, disasters, water, and rehabilitation, mine risk education, community services, and protection, and legal support. He also discussed the crucial role the Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteers played despite the multiplication of their burdens in addition to their educational role, which contributed directly to saving people’s lives, beginning with mine risk education and ending with how to confront Covid-19.
Hand in hand for the sake of humanitarian work
On the other hand, the delegation highlighted the most important achievements during the humanitarian response in Syria. The two parties emphasize the importance of coordinating work with other humanitarian partners, mobilizing energy, and harnessing resources to protect people’s lives and their dignity and preserve their basic rights.