Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid

A microproject by Action Change (Formally GVI Trust)
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid
Upskilling the Community with Emergency First Aid

Summary

A gift to this project will save lives. Our community in Ghana are preparing to re-open the local schools but with the healthcare stretched and out of limits for many locals there is an urgent need for emergence first aid and COVID ready processes to be taught to the community. This micro-project will train up to 20 community police officers and teachers across the four community schools with 'Emergency First Responder' first aid training and enhanced hygiene and cleaning processes.

$2,000
total goal
$1,778
remaining
5
donors
0
monthly donors
3
months

Challenge

This project will provide an emergency response to the local community that need urgent healthcare. By equipping teachers and community police officers who are often first to any emergency be prepared to react to the emergency and save lives. This will also help to decrease hospital admissions and relieve the pressure of the under-resourced emergency services. This project will also provide education and awareness of COVID-19 prevention as the economy begins to reopen

Solution

This project with fund the training of 20 local teachers and community police officers and provide enhanced safety and COVID prepared first aid kits.

Long-Term Impact

We know this is not a 'once off' virus and that the virus not only is here to stay long term but the impact longer term on our projects are at risk. Currently using all reserves to survive the lockdown our project aim is to ensure that we support all projects to be able to resume and continue their work longer term.

Resources

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Youtube Thank You Video

Organization Information

Action Change (Formally GVI Trust)

Location: London - United Kingdom
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Project Leader:
Tyrone Bennett
London, London United Kingdom
$222 raised of $2,000 goal
 
5 donations
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$1,778 to go
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