SRCS Mobile Clinic Assisting Outreach Communities
 

Somali Red Crescent Society (SRCS) is an independent, non-political humanitarian organization that was established in April 1963 through Presidential Decree No. 187 in 1965. It was then recognized by the ICRC in 1969 and in the same year became a member of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

The Somali Red Crescent Society has operated continuously throughout the country’s period of civil war and political divide and is credited for its unity as one National Society. It operates through a network of 19 branches with its activities spread all across the country.

Mission

To prevent and alleviate suffering by working with communities, local authorities and other partners to provide basic and quality services to vulnerable people in accordance with the Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

 
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SRCS All-Inclusive Meeting Held in Garoe 
The SRCS All-Inclusive meeting was held in Garoe from 22 to 23
February 2010. The meeting which was attended by nearly 60 members
from SRCS governance and management levels adopted the SRCS Strategy
2010-2014.

International Committee of Red Cross

International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement

Looking for your family members

 
 

• Integrated Health Care Programme
• Health Education
• HIV and AIDS
• Female Genital Mutilation
• Community Based First Aid
• Keysaney Hospital
• Rehabilitation Services Physically. ..Disabled
• Disaster Management
• Restoring Family Links
• Communication
• Organisational Development
• Volunteers
• Communication
• Capacity Building
• Water and Sanitation



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SRCS Nairobi Coordintion Office
C/O ICRC Nairobi Regional Delegation
P. O Box 73226-00200
Nairobi.

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Telephone: +254-20-713785
Fax: +254-20-718862
E-mail: info.bishacas@africaonline.co.ke
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