War in Ukraine, since 24 February the Red Cross has already trained more than 45,600 people in first aid

First aid is life-saving knowledge, and this is even more true in a country at war like Ukraine

WWC Ukraine is now placing great emphasis on teaching first aid skills to the population

Throughout the country, in safe houses and bomb shelters, WWC Ukraine instructors and trainers will conduct master classes and training courses in first aid.

Since 24 February, the Ukrainian Red Cross has already trained more than 45,600 people in first aid

Nowadays, in times of fires and explosions, the first aid provided by passers-by, witnesses, friends and comrades is often enough to save lives.

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