Kurdish Red Crescent provides services to more than 42,000 displaced people at Arishah camp

The Members of  Kurdish Red Crescent daily from 8 am to 4 pm provide health services to the displaced people of the Arishah camp  that located  at south of Al-Hasakah, Arisha  includes more than 42,000 displaced people, they are  mostly from Deir Al-Zour.

There are 3 clinics interested in diseases (internal – women – children), which receive about 500 cases every day.

The members of  Kurdish Red Crescent are also present in two reception points (Abu Khashab-Malha)  all necessary health services, in addition to an ambulant  clinic that cares for obstetrics and gynecology.

Members of Kurdish Red Crescent  in  Arisha camp appeal humanitarian and international organizations to provide the necessary assistance and the medical supplies .


An older woman represents the most beautiful form of steadfastness in face of the war

This woman, who resisted to going with Daesh and stood up to staying in her home, where she was insulted and severely beaten, because of she made this  decision.

 She remained in her chair for 8 days with its harsh nights ,she had not any food just had some water to drink.

At the end of the handover of the city of Raqqa to the Civil Council and in the liberation celebrations, one of the civilians heard when he left the celebration a voice came from one of the houses calling seeking for  (Khaeria). He rushed to find the Syrian Democratic Forces to enter and rescue the woman.

They brought her to the Kurdish Red Crescent Hospital (TSP2) where the paramedics improved her condition and handed her to her relatives in Al-Hamrat area of Al-Raqqa city.



Women of Kurdish Red Crescent hold an expanded coordination meeting

Women of Kurdish Red Crescent held a special meeting ,where they evaluated their work through a series of reports, comments and discussions aimed at developing the mechanism of women’s work in this humanitarian .institution in addition to suggestions that improve their work
The meeting was attended by all the women that working with the Kurdish Red Crescent, including the medical  facilities located in Raqqa andcamps: Hol, Arisha and other areas where the displaced.
The meeting began with a minute of silence on the souls of the martyrs. The members then began to read the reports of their work during the last period and comment on them and make some suggestions to develop their .work and preserve their rights