SARC branch in Hasaka receives 4 mobile clinics from Chinese and Japanese Red Cross

Hasaka, SANA – The Hasaka branch of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) on Friday received four mobile clinics provided by the Red Cross Society of China and the Japanese Red Cross Society.

Head of the branch Ali Mansour said the clinics will contribute to the response services provided by SARC for displaced people from Deir Ezzor countryside who are staying in al-Houl camp in Hasaka.

Director of medical services at the branch Dr. Mohammad al-Jarrah said the clinics provided by the Japanese Red Cross Society consist of a clinic for pediatrics and one for internal medicine, while the ones provided by the Red Cross Society of China will prove obstetrics, x-ray, internal medicine, and lab services.

Al-Jarrah said the clinics will be sent to al-Houl camp to provide medical services and treatment for displaced people.

Hazem Sabbagh

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