Jan 23, 2013
HAMA, (SANA) – Governor of Hama province, Anas Naem, discussed on Wednesday with head of the mission of the International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC), Marianne Gasser, the situation of the affected people in the province and other provinces because of the armed terrorist groups' attacks and the required mechanisms to ease their suffering.
The Governor pointed out to the enormous efforts exerted by the ICRC in Syria which helped ease the suffering of the people affected by the current situation through delivering aid supplies.
Dr. Naem expressed hope that cooperation between the province and international organizations would increase as the armed terrorist groups are still attacking the province.
For her part, Gasser said that she met a large number of families who came to Hama province from other provinces, pointing out to the readiness of the ICRC to offer more support and basic services to them.
Head of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) Branch in Hama, Fadi Ayiash, said there are teams from the SARC, specialized in water, housing and health that discusses periodically with local service establishments issues related to these service to meet the province's needs of them.