Syria

Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Bringing healthcare right into the community

Bringing healthcare right into the community

When the Syrian Arab Red Crescent Mobile Health Unit arrives in Ghuzlaniyah, children run around the vehicle greeting the volunteers with shouts of pleasure. Men and women from the neighbourhood, situated 20 kilometres east of Damascus, start to form queu

Health, water and the increasing threat of disease

Health, water and the increasing threat of disease

Sulaf, 15, and her 7-year-old sister Hiba are waiting their turn at the Syrian Arab Red Crescent’s children clinic in Dwailaa areas, Rural Damascus

Drought exhausts affected  communities in Syria

Drought exhausts affected communities in Syria

“The drought will place further strain on communities who have already largely exhausted their resources. With low levels of income, purchasing power decreases

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Contact details

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

16 June 2014
Syria - Syria Complex Emergency (MDRSY003)
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20 February 2014
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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

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