After completing the project to extend and construct sewage lines in Barkhdan camp ,the same project continues in Sardam camp

After completing the project to extend and construct sewage lines in Barkhdan camp.

The same project continues in Sardam camp as well, where the old lines were constructed since the beginning of the camp establishment during the displacement of the people of Afrin to it, and these old lines suffered from drainage problems, which had a negative impact on public health in the camp.

Therefore, the project will provide sewage lines in the camp,with 2,700 meters long/ 10 inches instead of 4 inches, and the project will services about 4,000 people in Sardam camp.

Implementation of the same project has previously begun in  Aleppo city in Sheikh Maqsoud neighborhood, where some lines have been completed and some are ongoing.

the services of “Al-Jarniyeh” Primary Health Care Center


Kurdish Red Crescent Center/KRC/, provides primary health care services in an excellent manner to the locals of Al-Jarniyeh district and 69 neighboring villages, as the number of residents who benefit from these services is about 43 thousand people, and about 200 patients are received daily in the various medical departments , internal , gynecology, pediatrician , ambulance and natural obstetrics clinics.
In addition to providing health education sessions inside and outside the center and start with psychological support sessions , there is also a laboratory for conducting tests and a pharmacy. To ensure rapid and immediate emergency transport, a round-the-clock ambulance transports patients to Tabqa hospitals, 68 km from the centre, or Raqqa, 100 km away.
Providing services by KRC in this area is a crucial factor in improving the quality of health care provided, and promoting the public health besides educating the people of the region about the importance of prevention and basic health care.

Statement regarding the targeting of our medical teams

Today, May 31, 2024, several areas in northern and eastern Syria were targeted by Turkish state aircraft. In response, Kurdish Red Crescent ambulance teams intervened to transport and treat the injured and victims of these attacks.
While a medical team was performing their duty and attempting to reach the injured, they were targeted by Turkish aircraft in Amuda area near the village of Hatimiyah, resulting in the ambulance being completely out of service.
This is not the first time that the Turkish state has targeted ambulances operating in the humanitarian field, which bear clear Symbols of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.
As a humanitarian organization primarily operating in northern Syria, we cannot fulfill our humanitarian duty without adequate protection for our teams. Therefore, we call on partner and international organizations to stand against these strikes by the Turkish state, which openly target workers in the humanitarian and service sectors in northern Syria.