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Photo of the Day: Syrian Arab Red Crescent Mobile Health Unit aiding communities

The Syrian Arab Red Crescent Mobile Health Unit is always welcomed in Ghuzlaniyah, a village situated 20 kilometres east of Damascus, where men, women and children flock to the vehicle to form lines to wait for medical consultations.

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Round-up: Red Cross responds to emergencies in Iraq and Syria

The Round-up offers a weekly sample of what our sister Red Cross Societies are working on around the world.

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Photo of the Day: Syrian Red Crescent volunteers in action in Homs

For the past month, the Homs branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent with support from the IFRC has been delivering food aid and helping rebuild destroyed communities in Syria that had been besieged by conflict.

The Red Cross Round-up

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The Red Cross Round-up

The Round-up offers a weekly sample of what our sister Red Cross Societies are working on around the world.

Photo of the Day: Polio campaign in Syria

Pictured above, a 5-year old boy from Syria, recently displaced, gets his polio vaccination from Dr. Tarek of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent health department.

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