22 Apr 2015
According to a statement issued by the International Committee of the Red Cross. The team of (ICRC) managed to reach Bebela, Yalda and Beit Sahem, south of the Syrian Capital Damascus in order to deliver medical and relief aids, for the first time in four years. According to the International Organization figures, the humanitarian needs are increasing for nearly 2500 families who fled from the fights in the Yarmouk refugee camp. The organizations added in a statement that it has been able to deliver medical supplies to the residents of these towns and displaced people from the Yarmouk refugee camp, where the medical team was able to provide medicines for chronic diseases for 5000 patients. In early April, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Syrian Red Crescent have provided 9,500 food baskets to families living in Yalda, Bebela and Beit Sahem and families displaced from the Yarmouk refugee camp. Which the organization expressed its readiness to enter it asking participants in fight to allow passage for immediate humanitarian aid and emergency.