PRCS sets up First Aid Camp at D-chowk

First Aid Camp

The Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) has set up First Aid Camp at D-Chowk to provide medical care to the Protestants besides deputing 12 ambulances with first aiders at different points for rescue in case of any emergency.

The PRCS medical teams after check up provided medicines to the people. Keeping in view, the Society blood bank is working 24/7 for the provision of the blood.
The PRCS has 5000 registered blood donors that were also on standby for the donation of blood in case of any emergency.

PRCS will provide blood pints to the hospitals of Islamabad in case of any emergency.

The PRCS has also set up a control room at its National Headquarters to monitor the situation and respond immediately in case of any response. PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi is personally supervising the control room for a better and effective response.

PRCS Ambulance fleet marches in Islamabad

PRCS Emergency Ambulance Fleet march in Islamabad in connection with 14 August celebrations. PRCS Ambulance and Blood Bank are working 24/7 to respond to any mishap. PRCS has set up a special control room that is being directly monitored by PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi. PRCS is also in touch with the registered blood donors that can be called for donation in case of any emergency. A fleet of over 15 ambulances with trained first aiders and all necessary equipments with necessary medicines.

PRCS rescues 3 labourers of metro bus project mishap, shifts dead body to PIMS

ambulanceThe Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) responding to the metro bus project mishap at 9th Avenue, in which five labourers came under debris while working at the project. Two PRCS ambulances with first aiders immediately responded and rescued the labourers while a dead body was shifted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences. PRCS was the first one to reach the scene.

8000 IDPS families get food, non-food items at 9 PRCS ration points

BANNU: The Pakistan Red Crescent Society in collaboration with International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) has set up nine distribution points in different union councils of Bannu for provision of food and non-food items for 8000 Internally Displaced Families of North Waziristan.
At the distribution points the Society has started provision of food package and non food items that include kitchen set, mosquito nets, tarpaulin sheets, jerry canes, wood burning stove and hygiene kits.
The items were distributed by PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi along with Secretary General Dr Mahboob Sardar at Milad Park, Amandi, Mamand Khel and Madrassa Haqqania, Azad mandi.
Speaking on the occasion, PRCS Chairman Dr Saeed Elahi said that the Red Crescent stands with the brethren of Waziristan and will make all out efforts in mitigating their sufferings.

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