In response to limiting the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) protectingeverybody, ensuring their safety and countering this virus, the Syrian Society for Social Development distributed health kits to groups of women and Old-But-Gold "Dahab Ateq" in Sada community center (Aqrab) and Qamana center (northern Hama countryside) Within the gender-based violence program.
Aimedstrengthening preventive measures and spreading health awareness among women, the kits included sterilization and personal hygiene materials and educational brochures on how to use sterile materials to counter the threat of the virus.
sterilized the centers and trained the volunteers to take the necessary measures during the distribution process to preserve their safety and the beneficiaries as well. As the volunteers conducted a temperature measure for themselves, and avoided gatherings out of our concern for their safety, the distribution was in the Qamhana Center in the presence of the Director of Social Affairs and Labor in Hama Governorate.
Some of the beneficiaries shared us by saying:
"The health kit was on time, because it is difficult to secure it as some materials are not available."
"Antiseptics and sterilizers are essential in every home, and they will protect us."
"We were alerted to not underestimating the rise in our body temperature, and it is necessary to periodically check on our health."