On September 7, the Podilska Hromada Community Foundation launched the AED save lives project, which embodies the third goal of sustainable development - Strong Health and Well-Being.
As part of the project, it was planned to place automatic external defibrillators in six public places in Vinnytsia, and to train about 200 people to provide first aid with the use of AEDs.
On September 8, the workers of the Transparent Offices were the first to learn to save their lives. Compression, artificial respiration, stable lateral position, defibrillation, and all this in combination with the Sustainable Development Goals.
On September 13, the second training session took place, attentive, courageous and persistent "Vinnytsia guards" - employees of the Municipal Guard of Vinnytsia learned to save lives.
On September 23, active and interested employees of Transparent Offices were trained. Together with Olena Danilova, Chairman of the Board of the Podilska Hromada Community Foundation, they studied the Sustainable Development Goals, and under the professional mentorship of instructors cardiac arrest and foreign objects entering the airways.
On October 6, from 2 pm to 6 pm, the organizers invite representatives of public organizations to a free training on first aid and the use of an automatic external defibrillator
Registration at: https://forms.gle/MuzjkK51YdUgt4te6
The AED Saves Lives project is implemented by the Podilska Hromada Community Foundation together with the NGO Emergency Medical Agency in partnership with Vinnytsia City Council and Vinnytsia Regional Center for Emergency Care and Disaster Medicine with the financial support of the Ch.S. Mott as part of the Global Challenges Local Solutions Program, run by the Academy of Philanthropy Development in Poland.