Rescue 1122: Volunteers trained in rescue management

He asked participants to utilise their efforts in mobilising communities

APP April 27, 2015


Rescue 1122 has completed training of the group one of the Community Emergency Response Teams registered at the Pirwadhai Station.

Addressing participants of the training course, District Emergency Officer Dr Abdur Rehman said the participation of organised and trained communities could play a vital role for building a safer Pakistan. He asked participants to utilise their efforts in mobilising communities. The course includes various skills training on emergency preparedness.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 28th, 2015.

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