Inner City Community Teachers Equipped

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62 teachers in Kosofe Local Government in Lagos, Nigeria, trained to respond to basic health emergencies.

The InnerCity Mission, in collaboration with the Trauma Care International Foundation, organized the first of a series of first-aid CPR training for 62 school teachers in 3 community schools in Kosofe Local Government in Lagos, Nigeria.

Information that has the potential to change lives communicated to teachers present.

This initiative aims at educating school teachers in different inner-city communities where the InnerCity Mission does its work on how to handle basic health emergencies. The objective is to build a workforce that would help achieve best healthcare practices for indigent children in these communities, knowing that they are exposed to life-threatening health situations due to poverty.

Teachers take notes, listening with rapt attention during the training program.

Through these efforts, the InnerCity Mission contributes to the achievement of the 3rd Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) of the United Nations, which is focused on ensuring healthy lives, especially for children. The training continues and you can be a part of this initiative by sponsoring the work of the InnerCity Mission to help deliver free healthcare services to the indigent, among other interventions.

Trainees demonstrate their new knowledge.

Follow this link to partner with the work of the InnerCity Mission and visit www.theinnercitymission.ngo for more information. Remember, every child is your child.

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