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Syrian Arab Red Crescent continue to support displaced families and returnees in Aleppo

Syrian Arab Red Crescent continue to support displaced families and returnees in Aleppo

Since 27 November 2016, Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) has been responding to the huge displacement of people in Aleppo. Tens of thousands of people have left their homes, many arriving to shelters in Jibreen and Mahalej where Red Crescent volunteers, to

Efforts continue to support families devastated by conflict in Aleppo

Efforts continue to support families devastated by conflict in Aleppo

Efforts continue to support families devastated by conflict in Aleppo

Syria Arab Red Crescent respond as thousands displaced in Aleppo

Syria Arab Red Crescent respond as thousands displaced in Aleppo

Since 27 November, Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) have been responding to an influx of displaced people from Masaken, Hanano and Al-Haydariya areas to a SARC relief point in Jibrin.

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Contact details

Address:

Abu Rummaneh - Shakib Arslan Street
Damascus

Postal Address:

P.O. Box Damascus - 3790

Contact Information:

Tel: +963-11-3327-691 / +963-11-3327-698 / +963-11-3327-645 / +963-11-3327-646
Fax: +963-11-3327-695
Email: sarchq@sarc-sy.org
sarc@net.sy
Web: http://www.sarc.sy
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SYRedCrescent

Language of correspondence: Arabic

People:

  • President: Engineer Khaled HBOUBATI
  • Vice-President: Dr. Mohammad Walid SANKARI
  • Treasurer: Engineer Wedad HILAL
  • Secretary General: Dr. Motaz ATASSI
  • General Director: Mr Oussama BITAR

Latest appeals

9 June 2017
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Operations Update No. 13
31 December 2016
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Emergency Appeal Revision
1 December 2016
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Operations Update No. 12
23 September 2016
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Audited Financial Statement, 01.01.2015 - 31.12.2015
8 August 2016
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Operations update No.11

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