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In order to maintain public safety and prevent the spread of epidemics and diseases, as well as to protect the environment, the Kurdish Red Crescent’s WASH sector , in cooperation with donors and local institutions, is following up the project of sorting medical waste and intact disposal of it through a specialized and trained […]
Yesterday, 25th of December, the Turkish state conducted a major attack on northeast Syria with airstrikes. The airstrikes continued until late at night. At least 8 people died in the attacks and 15 were injured. The main targets were civilian infrastructure. In Kobane an outpatient clinic specialized in diabetes and supported through a German association […]
After two years of construction and preparation work, the Kurdish Red Crescent opens a new medical facility Due to the conditions that people in the regions of northern and eastern Syria have suffered from, the difficulties of traveling and the high costs of receiving treatment in other regions, the Kurdish Red Crescent Organization opened this […]
The Kurdish Red Crescent celebrates its eleventh anniversary, and on this occasion, the organization extends its gratitude and appreciation to every member who contributed to providing medical and humanitarian services to every person inside and outside the areas of northern and eastern Syria, and to every volunteer who had trust in our work and was […]
On the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and under the slogan “Do not judge me by my disability, give me the opportunity to show my abilities”, the Kurdish Red Crescent organization, in collaboration with the Nodom organization, organized an event for children. The event included theatrical activities, singing for children, […]
With the advent of winter and the difficulties faced by the displaced in the camps, the Kurdish Red Crescent distributed a batch of clothes for all age groups, especially children, in the Washokani camp for the displaced, west of the city of Hasakah. The distribution process was coordinated between the Kurdish Red Crescent Center […]
In order to achieve a positive impact in society by educating young people, promoting awareness of the dangers of drugs, encouraging healthy life and avoiding substance abuse, and promoting positive values and community cooperation to combat this problem, the Kurdish Red Crescent implements the anti-drug initiative titled “Yes for Life” in partnership with the Lamasat […]