Since 27 November, Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) have been responding to an influx of displaced people from Masaken, Hanano and Al-Haydariya areas to a SARC relief point in Jibrin.

Photo: Islam Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Islam Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Islam Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Islam Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

 

In the first few days SARC volunteers responded to the needs of 1000 families (around 4000 people), with more people continuing to arrive in the days after. 106 volunteers have been involved in the operation so far to provide food, water, shelter and health support to the displaced communities.

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

 

Two health teams and a first aid team have attended, and volunteers have distributed aid including blankets, mattresses, kitchen sets, torches and children’s clothes.

Photo: Abdalsamea Homsi / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Abdalsamea Homsi / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

 

Bread and hot food are also being provided, and with support from ICRC, 15 water tanks with a capacity of 5,000 litres.

Photo: Islam Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Islam Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

Photo: Ahmad Mardini / Syrian Arab Red Crescent

 

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