The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has sent urgent medical assistance to the city of Nasiriyah in the center of Thiqar governorate. The IRCS has said in a statement” The teams of the IRCS in Thiqar governorate and in coordination with the International Committee of Red Cross have sent urgent medical assistance to Habobi general hospital and Al-Hussian educational hospital ...Read More »
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The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has distributed food aid for the poor families in the governorates of Karbala, Basra, Maysan, and Wasit. The IRCS has said in a statement” The teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent in Karbala have distributed food aid to 250 poor families who are living in the center and the districts of the governorate, the ...Read More »
The volunteers of the Iraqi Red Crescent are organizing a campaign to clean up the streets of demonstrations in Maysan Governorate.
The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) / Maysan branch has organized a wide campaign to clean up the squares of Protest from the trash, within a wide humanitarian initiative to keep the streets of the governorate clean and decent, this campaign came coinciding with the start of massive peaceful demonstrations at the streets of Maysan governorate for the sixth day, more than ...Read More »
The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) deployed today more than 500 Emergency First Aid experts to all Iraq governorates were demonstrators have taken to the streets. Paramedics have been providing first aid and supporting the medical staff inside the hospitals in Baghdad, Babel, Karbala, Wasit, Diwaniya Samawa, Misan, Thi-Qar and Basra. In Baghdad, paramedics transported dozens of injured from Al-Tahrir ...Read More »
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The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has announced the completion of the Arbaieneia ceremony plan, in which more than 2000 volunteers have participated in 100 fixed and mobile detachments, adding to deploy a number of ambulances and two mobile medical clinics which contains a number of doctors in many specialties, as well as deploying a number of tracing centers on ...Read More »
Iraqi Red Crescent volunteers were able to rescue a number of citizens after a fire broke out in a convoy.
A team from the Iraqi Red Crescent from the branches of Salah al-Din and Nineveh have managed to extinguish a fire that broke out in one of the processions that provide food to visitors in Karbala, the volunteers have rushed to extinguish the fire, which occurred as a result of failure to take safety precautions and a number of volunteers have ...Read More »
With the participation of more than 2000 staff and volunteers
Iraqi Red Crescent installs more than 100 ambulatory detachment to provide the medical and humanitarian services for the visitors to commemorate the Arbaienea ceremony of Imam Hussien (peace be upon him).
The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has prepared a strategic plan for the Arbaienea ceremony by providing all the human, material and logistical requirements in order to prepare to receive the visitors and provide medical and ambulatory services and transfer the emergency cases to the nearest health center through ambulances deployed on all roads taken by visitors, the IRCS`s teams ...Read More »
The Rehabilitation and restoration of old schools which implemented by the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) continues in many cities in Iraq in order to contain the crisis of lack of services suffered by most schools throughout the governorates, these campaigns carried out by the IRCS in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent aims ...Read More »
The teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent provide health services and first aid for more than 15,000 visitors during the ceremony of Ashura visit.
The teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) have provided health services and first aid for more than 15,000 visitors during the Ashura ceremony in the holy city of Karbala. The IRCS has said in a statement, “The IRCS’s teams in Karbala have evacuated the wounded and injured people as a result of the momentum of visitors in the ...Read More »