CSAC: Child Safety Awareness Campaign

The Child Safety Awareness Campaign is a program designed to raise a generation of children who are aware of basic first aid and safety measures; who can recognize emergencies and respond appropriately.

This information is communicated to them through simple, easy to understand techniques as well as practical classes. This program is in keeping with the SDG4 (sustainable development goal 4) and WHO’s Child Environmental Health Program and Global School Health Initiative.

So far, we have executed hundreds of Child Safety Awareness Campaigns, and through these campaign, tens of thousands of children and teachers have been educated.

CSAC PROGRAMMES

  • Excited pupil during a lecture
    Exited pupil during a lecture
  • A STUDENT PRACTICES THE RECOVERY POSITION UNDER SUPERVISION
    A STUDENT PRACTISES THE RECOVERY POSITION UNDER SUPERVISION
  • CSAC SARI-IGANMU SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ORILE- GANMU SURULERE
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  • Primary 1,2 and 3 students of Little Heart Beacon Hill School Aguda Surulere were trained by TCIF
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  • Students from British Spring college, Awka.
  • Listening For breathing
  • Students of British Spring college learning recovery position
  • Trauma Care International Foundation trains the students of Anglican Grammar School, Nsukka, Enugu State
  • Union Girls Secondary School
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  • Showing the students the correct positioning of the hand while performing the recovery position for a victim who is unconscious and still breathing
  • Demonstrating the Recovery position