PRCS to carry out first aid training, blood screening at district level in Punjab

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The Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in collaboration with Punjab administration will carry out first aid training and blood screening of the government officials all over the province besides spearheading the polio campaign including the madrais students as per the Charter of Humanity, signed between PRCS and Ittehad Tanzeemat Madaris Pakistan.
This was decided at a meeting held between Punjab Chief Secretary Khizar Hayat Gondal and a delegation of Red Crescent headed by Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi.
The meeting was attended by Inspector General of Punjab Mushtaq Sukhera, Secretaries of Local government, Auqaf, Health, Home Department, Directors Generals of Civil Defence and Rescue 1122.
PRCS Managing Body Members Mujeeb ur Rehman Shami, Qamar uz Zaman, Ms Neena Akbar, Umar Saif and PRCS Punjab Branch Vice Chairman Faridud Din Ahmed and Secretary General Dr Mahboob Sardar were also present on the occasion.

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PRCS conducts first aid training, blood screening of 500 madaris students

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As a part of Charter of Humanity between Pakistan Red Crescent Society and Ittahad Tanzemat Madris Pakistan (a representing body of all religious school of thoughts) has provision of first aid training and blood screening to the staff and of Madrassah Dar ul Uloom Nidvatul Ulema, Islamabad.
As a first step, over 500 staff and students are being given first aid training to respond to any incident in the area and there screening was made and the students were informed about their blood groups.
PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi speaking on the occasion said that as a part of Charter of Humanity, the PRCS has started training of the madaris staff and students as they can play an important role in day to day incidents and during major disasters.

He said that this is the first badge and these students will also serve as trainers in the future and will reach each mosque and madrassah even at village level to train the staff and students of local mosques and madaris.

 
Dr Saeed Elahi said that PRCS will also provide First Aid box to each mosque and madrassah to respond to any eventuality in their specific areas.
Dr Saeed Elahi said that eminent scholars, Khateebs and students will part of the anti-polio campaign and will administer the polio drops in their respected areas.
Mufti Muhammad Saeed, the head of Madrassah Dar ul Uloom Nidva tul Ulema thanked the PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi for focusing on the madaris students to trained them in first aid and their blood screening.
Mufti Saeed said that these steps will surely create awareness among the madaris students and certainly contribute positively towards the betterment of the Society.
He said that the students of Madrassah Nidva tul Ulema will be the blood donors of the PRCS and will donate blood regularly besides taking part in the health related campaigns.
The students and staff of the Dar ul Uloom also appreciated the training and blood screening as many of them said that they were unaware of their blood groups and first time they were able to know about their group.
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Top clerics, Red Crescent sign Charter of Humanity for blood donation, volunteerism & polio vaccination advocacy

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The Pakistan Red Crescent Society and Ittahad Tanzemat Madris Pakistan ( a representative body of all religious school of thoughts) has signed Charter Of Humanity to advocate Blood donation, Volunteerism, polio vaccination and other preventive health care campaigns.
The Charter of Humanity was signed by PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi and Tanzeem Ul Madris Ahl-e- Sunnat President Mufti Muneeb Ur Rehman, Wafaq-ul-Madris Al-Arabia Pakistan General Secretary Allama Qari Muhammad Hanif Jalhandri, Rabta-ul-Madris Al-Islamia Pakistan President Allama Mufti Abdul Malik, Wafaq ul Madris Al-Salfia Pakistan Allam Muhammad Younis, Wafaq-ul-Madris Al-Shia Pakistan Senior Vice President Allama Syed Niaz Hussain Naqvi and Pakistan Madris Education Board Member Mufti Abdul Qavi.

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PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi receives donations of 100 wheelchairs from UAE Red Crescent Country Head Hamad Abdullah Al-Ali here on Thursday

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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Red Crescent on Thursday donated 100 wheel chairs to Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS).

The wheelchairs were handed over to PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi by UAE Red Crescent Country Head Hamad Abdullah Al-Ali.

Speaking on the occasion, PRCS Chairman thanked the UAE Red Crescent for the donation of the wheel chairs for the disabled people. He said that UAE Red Crescent always stood with the PRCS to help the Pakistani people in the hour of need. He hoped that the cooperation between the two societies will further increase in the coming days.

UAE Red Crescent country head on the occasion said that these wheel chairs are being handed over to PRCS for the needy people and the UAE Red Crescent in future will give automatic wheelchairs to the PRCS for the hospitals.

PRCS Secretary General Dr Mahboob Sardar, Assistant Secretary General Ateeb Siddiqui, Director Operations Ghulam Muhammad Awan and others staff members of PRCS and UAE were also present on the occasion.

 

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