Islamabad - Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) has organised first aid training for the junior staff of Roots Millennium Schools of the twin cities Rawalpindi and Islamabad at the Millennium One World Campus E-11/4, Islamabad.

Roots Millennium Schools (RMS) has signed an MOU with the Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) to promote volunteerism and community work. The training was attended by 200 people where they were taught how to save lives in emergency situations. Pakistan Red Crescent emergency response service is playing a crucial role in saving lives. The service provided throughout most parts of the country uses fully equipped ambulances staffed by paramedical assistants and first-aid workers. First aid training course in Millennium Schools is organised to teach simple skills which would help people provide first aid in case of an emergency. Chairman PRCS praised the contribution of Roots Millennium Schools towards volunteerism and community work and to strengthen this relationship further. He offered junior staff of Millennium Schools to be a part of upcoming volunteer projects. Such trainings can contribute in saving lives and improving quality of living so they should be organised more frequently and for a wider audience which may include students, administrative staff and teachers as well. Later certificates were distributed among the volunteers.