Syrians receive medical services in Daraa
About 300,000 people benefited from relief aid and medical services in the villages and towns of Daraa countryside.
Head of Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) Daraa-branch, Ahmed al-Masalema, told SANA that the branch, supported by the World Food Program (WFP), delivered 64,000 food baskets and 64,000 flour bags to 26 villages and towns in the eastern, western and northern Daraa countryside from July 2 until August 2.
al-Masalema added that the cadres from the branch have engaged in a multifaceted humanitarian response, including providing relief materials, various medical services and reached 300,000 people within a month.
The branch will continue to provide assistance to all areas of Daraa province, he added.
Daraa liberated recently by the Syrian Army from terrorist organizations.
In turn, Mohamed Rami al-Ahmed, chief of the SARC’s emergency teams in Daraa said the branch has provided 3 mobile clinics in the liberated villages of Daraa countryside, which provided daily medical services for more than 1500 people as well as the distribution of chronic illness medicines, medicines for children and antibiotics.
Al-Ahmad pointed out that 7 ambulances are ready to transport cases requiring treatment inside hospitals.
The Syrian Arab Army units liberated Daraa countryside from terrorist organizations, while terrorists in many villages and towns capitulated following a military operation by the Syrian army and handed over their weapons, which secured citizens in their homes.
About 1.2 million Syrian refugees have returned to their homes since September 2015.