The Kurdish Red Crescent provides its services to the most remote areas

Because providing available health and medical services and care is a priority, even in the most remote areas, the Kurdish Red Crescent Center’s clinics (internal – women’s – children’s – ambulance) in Abu Khashab camp in the northwestern countryside of Deir ez-Zor provide their services in addition to providing medicines from the pharmacy and providing health awareness from Before the health education team, ambulances remain on standby for any emergency.

Awareness sessions continue within the “Zero Waste” project

The Zero Waste project for sorting and recycling household waste started in Hasakah city, specifically in the Mufti neighborhood, as a model for implementing the project. However, The project is implementing activities, including community awareness-raising sessions on environmental protection, presenting project activities, correct sorting methods, and the importance of waste recycling. Additionally, the awareness sessions include some activities and practices targeting families, school, and university students
The goal is to achieve zero waste and reduce environmental pollution by promoting principles of sustainability and recycling in the local community. This project is an important step towards achieving a healthy and clean environment. It also emphasizes the importance of the effective participation of locals and institutions in protecting the environment and preserving natural resources.

Appealing for Aid to the oncology, Burn and thalassemia Hospital in NES

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Appealing for Aid to the oncology, Burn and thalassemia Hospital in NES

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One year after the devastating earthquake in southern Turkey and northern Syria

Earthquake – one year later_KRC article (1)

Earthquake – one year later_KRC article (1)

the project of sorting medical waste and intact  disposal of it is following up

 

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 team by establishing medical waste areas in several cities and camps in northern and eastern Syria, where medical waste is collected from hospitals and health centers, and those in camps, and  transporting it to medical waste areas for disposal in several ways,  burning, crushing, and landfilling, depending on the type of these materials, to ensure public safety and preserve the environment.

After two years of construction and preparation work, the Kurdish Red Crescent opens a new medical facility

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 evening the Oncology, Burns and Thalassemia Hospital in the city of Qamishlo in the presence of friends, partners and institutions in the Democratic Autonomous Administration, after two years of construction work. It will begin to provide services to patients in the oncology department, which includes tumours and blood diseases, with the cooperation and volunteering of a number of specialized doctors, so that this new medical facility will receive patients from all regions of Syria.

 

“Yes for Life” campaign ends its activities

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 Al Khair Association for Relief and Development in the city of Raqqa, where the initiative targets five neighborhoods in the city of Raqqa “Al-Bedu, Diriyah, Al-Mukhtalatah, Al-Furat, Rumaila” through concentrated sessions targeting the youth, with an average of twenty young men and women from each neighborhood.