This is how it sounded yesterday, when the Danish People’s Aid was out with the first children’s course in Børnehuset Nørre Aaby, where the children, among other things, learned to call 112 and give the correct information to the alarm center. Children can do far more than adults think, and they are quick to learn.…Read more
Children and staff in day care institutions on both sides of the Danish-German border learn with the project SAVING LIFE to save lives. The focus of the project is the crucial role that 3-6 year old children can play in an emergency situation – for example by calling 112 if a person has had a cardiac arrest. In Denmark, the goal for Danish People’s Aid is to teach 4,000 Danish children by the end of 2021.Read more
ASB Schleswig-Holstein and Dansk Folkehjælp have applied for and been granted an extension of our SAVING LIFE project. This grant enables, among other things, the fulfillment of a long-term wish, namely the development of teaching material for children up to 3 years of age. Project SAVING LIFE The original project SAVING LIFE started per. June…Read more
Expectant students from Danish Peoples Aid attended our Saving Life course this weekend, February 1st – 2nd in Nykøbing F. The theme was first aid in English for first aid instructors. The students watched films dealing with various topics, discussed the first-aid subjects and prepared and taught each other in English. As always, when first-aid…Read more
Twelve projects participated in the Interreg caravan at Campustorvet at SDU in Odense. This time the caravan was held at the Interreg Committee meeting. SAVING LIFE was among the participating projects where we talked about our project and demonstrated cardio-pulmonary rescue and use of cardiac restart. Also, committee members got to try how hard it…Read more
Danish People’s Aid is now ready for a new round of 7-hour first aid courses in Region Zealand and Region of Southern Denmark. Seven hours of your time can make the difference between life and death for others. The more we are to help, the more lives we can save. Find a first aid course…Read more
Danish People’s Aid has carried out 28 first aid courses in the spring – with great success.
By August, Danish People’s Aid is ready for new courses in the Region of Southern Denmark and the Region of Zealand.Read more
Danish People’s Aid and ASB (Arbeiter Samarites Bund) have joined forces on project SAVING LIFE.
This weekend, the first activity has just been completed in the form of a seminar for Danish and German first aid instructors.Read more