Israel, India hold joint First Aid Training

| Updated: Jul 26, 2017 00:22 IST

New Delhi [India], July 25 (ANI): The Israeli National Emergency Medical Service, MDA-Magen David Adom (Hebrew for Red Star of David) and the Indian Red Cross Society are holding a joint project for capacity building in the field of First Aid Training. This collaboration is in line with IRCS' effort to upgrade its overall capacity in community based First Aid, including through international partnerships. Under the joint program, chief trainers form Magen Adom are holding a special training workshop, with trainers from IRCS, on community bases First Aid introducing them methods and techniques that were developed and are practiced in Israel, and together adapting them to meet local needs. In addition to working with IRCS trainers, a special session is going to be offered tomorrow (July 26th) to students at the Red Cross Headquarters in Delhi . This humanitarian mission between India and Israel is an initiative directed to provide first aid training methods in times of emergencies, natural disasters and accidents and teaching life-saving skills which will impact the overall health scene of billions of civilians.(ANI)

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