/ Go to the mediabankA volunteer puts a sticker on a box with humanitarian aid for the victims of the earthquake in Syria, in Doctor Liza Charity Fund founded by Yelizaveta Glinka headquarter, in Moscow, Russia. / Go to the mediabankInternationalIndiaAfricaSputnik, with the support of the Doctor Liza Charity Foundation, established by Elizaveta Glinka, will send much-needed medications and medical equipment to the earthquake-ravaged regions of Syria. In the coming days, medicine and diagnostic equipment will be delivered to Syria and given to the quake-hit country’s hospitals by a member of the Foundation.The humanitarian initiative to help Syria was launched in Moscow by Sputnik. Using funds donated by the Doctor Liza foundation, much-needed medicine and equipment were supplied to healthcare institutions in the Arab country, as well as to rescuers removing the rubble.WorldVideo: Russia Aids Syrians in the Wake of Devastating Earthquake11 February, 13:56 GMTMore than 20 tons of humanitarian aid was collected to be sent to Syria, namely, baby food, milk formula, diapers, personal hygiene products, clothes and shoes for children and adults, tents, sleeping bags, warm blankets, flashlights, batteries and generators. About two tons have already been provided to those in need.