Syria

Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Vaccinating all children across Syria remains a challenge

Vaccinating all children across Syria remains a challenge

Efforts are underway to provide adequate vaccinations to prevent the rise of polio in Syria.

Families find relief in Damascus, but conflict has long-lasting effects

Families find relief in Damascus, but conflict has long-lasting effects

Rania al-Boush is 40 years old and is mother to three girls and two boys. In early 2013 she was forced to leave her home in al-Mleha, Rural Damascus and now lives in the Duwaila neighbourhood of Damascus.

Transformation through crisis: how three years has changed the Red Crescent in al-Mayadeen

Transformation through crisis: how three years has changed the Red Crescent in al-Mayadeen

Al-Mayadeen city is 80km from the Iraqi border. Most people fled here from Deir Ezzor and its eastern areas such as al-Mouhasan village, as well as Aleppo, Homs and ...

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Address:

Abu Rummaneh Shakib Arslan Street
P.-O. Box Damascus - 3790
Damascus

Contact Information:

Tel: 00963 11 332 7691/332 7698/3327645/332 7646
Fax: 00963 11 332 7695
Email: sarc@net.sy
info@sarc.sy
info@sarc.sy
Web: http://www.sarc.sy

Language of correspondence: Arabic

People:

  • President: Dr. Abdul Rahman ATTAR
  • Vice-President: Dr. Mohamed Walid SANKARI
  • Treasurer: Dr. Issam SHALHOUB
  • Member: Dr. Ghassan SHUBAT
  • Member: Dr. Rafif MOUSA
  • General Director: Mr Marwan ABDULLAH

Latest appeals

20 February 2014
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Emergency Appeal Operations Update n5
18 November 2013
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency Revised Emeregency Appeal
19 September 2013
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Audited Financial Statement, Years 2011/ 2012
12 September 2013
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Operations Update 4
2 July 2013
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
Syria - Syria: Complex Emergency Revised Emergency Appeal

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