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The Promising Children’s Charitable Medical Society graduates participants in the first aid course

The Promising Children’s Charitable Medical Society, on Sunday on the campus of Palestine Ahliya University, gave a group of mothers of orphan children a first aid course in cooperation with the Palestinian Red Crescent Society.The graduation ceremony …

The Promising Children’s Charitable Medical Society, on Sunday on the campus of Palestine Ahliya University, gave a group of mothers of orphan children a first aid course in cooperation with the Palestinian Red Crescent Society.

The graduation ceremony took place in the presence of the Chairman of the Society’s Board of Directors, Dr. Muhammad Al-Muati, Colonel Bassem Abu Hashhash, representing the Palestinian National Security Command, Colonel Akram Abu Al-Halawa, representing the Palestinian Police Command in Bethlehem, Abdel Halim Jaafra, Medical Director of the Red Crescent, Marwan Fararja, a member of the Red Crescent Authority, and Omar Al-Arouj, an official. Orphans file in the Social Development Directorate in Bethlehem, and Professor Nawal Al-Shamli.

Al-Muati expressed his thanks to the sponsors of this course, which lasted 21 credit hours, with the participation of 35 women, and which aims to raise the health cultural level of mothers, in implementation of the “A Paramedic in Every Home” initiative Al-Muati called for supporting the association’s progress at all popular and official levels to work on developing programs provided to serve orphan children and their mothers.

Source: Maan News Agency