Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Pakistan Red Crescent Society wants students first aid training



Islamabad, Pakistan Red Crescent (PRCS), the government support for the provision of first aid training, requested to to save lives in an emergency high school, college and university.

The application was at a meeting of the newly appointed CFO of the Palestinian Red Crescent, which has also asked the government to include a chapter on the first chapter with the programs at the secondary and university levels are made.

The conference was organized by the Chairman, Dr. Saeed Elahi CRP was chaired by Qaiser Ahmed Shaikh Mujeeb ur Rehman Shami, Qamar Zaman, Nadira Panjwani Dr. Umar Saif Nina Akbar Mahmood and President of the Provincial Chapter follow.

Dr. Saeed welcomed the newly appointed members and hope that they work with dedication to the cause of humanity. He informed that the Palestinian Red Crescent staff and volunteers provide praiseworthy services in the area.

Each year, the PRCS volunteers recruited in the various programs. The company has set itself the goal of its volunteer base to 5 million per year increase in 2016 Engaging young people in schools, colleges and universities by creating new youth clubs, the revitalization of existing and training on first aid, disaster management and response to various emergencies important measures. PRCS has recently signed with the Allama Iqbal Open University, University of the Punjab and the Millennium Roots schools, a step towards the realization of the stage intent. So far, the PRCS was able to complete the recruitment of more than 1,665,000 new volunteers.

First aid training is not only useful in an emergency; it also helps in the prevention of injury. When people take this training to reduce their risk of injury it. By up to 40%, because they are aware of potential dangers and learn to avoid them The PRCS Board chose the co-opted members and treasurer of the company and granted approval committees.