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In pictures - Relief and food distribution in the old Homs



SARC volunteers working around the clock to restore life in the city, the Garden Court, Al- Hamidiyyeh area.  Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch

 



Al Maljaa Square in Al- Hamidiyyeh area, water and sanitation assessment by SARC volunteers. Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch

 



Assessments within the homes of returning to the old Homs and distribution of food and necessary cooking tools and hot meals prepared in the kitchen of the monastery of the Jesuit Fathers in Homs. Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch

 



Assessments within the homes of returning to the old Homs and distribution of food and necessary cooking tools and hot meals prepared in the kitchen of the monastery of the Jesuit Fathers in Homs. Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch

 



Assessments within the homes of returning to the old Homs and distribution of food and necessary cooking tools and hot meals prepared in the kitchen of the monastery of the Jesuit Fathers in Homs. Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch

 

Assessments within the homes of returning to the old Homs and distribution of food and necessary cooking tools and hot meals prepared in the kitchen of the monastery of the Jesuit Fathers in Homs. Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch

 

Assessments within the homes of returning to the old Homs and distribution of food. Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch

 

Assessments within the homes of returning to the old Homs and distribution of food and necessary cooking tools and hot meals prepared in the kitchen of the monastery of the Jesuit Fathers in Homs. Laila Tawakkol, SARC/Homs Branch


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