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KS Relief Organises Advanced Medical Training in Jakarta

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VOINews, Jakarta : The King Salman Centre for Social and Humanitarian Aid (KS Relief) in collaboration with the Jakarta Islamic Hospital (RSIJ) Cempaka Putih conducted Volunteer Training for Advanced First Aid which took place from March 27, 2024, to May 3, 2024, at the KH Ahmad Dahlan Auditorium RSIJ Cempaka Putih.

 

H.E. Faisal el Amudi, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Indonesia, said that the Volunteer Training programme demonstrates the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's significant role in providing humanitarian social assistance. "This programme reflects the important role of Saudi Arabia in the world in providing humanitarian assistance and social assistance. This is a humanitarian volunteer activity and also a collaboration built by KS Relief with hospitals in Jakarta," uttered Ambassador Faisal el Amudi said on Thursday (2/5/2024).

 

Dr Amer Al Anzi who acted as a training facilitator explained that the volunteer training taught participants emergency handling techniques, first aid for heart attacks, to various other medical treatments. "In the KS Relief training, there is training for heart rate, emergency room, patient handling methods and dealing with all matters related to mental and medical health," said Dr Amer Al Anzi.

 

The Volunteer Training for Advanced First Aid at RSIJ is the fourth training conducted by KS Relief in Indonesia. This year's training participants reached 490 people. "We have conducted this event four times in Indonesia, and we want to conduct other events in the future. We have reached 490 trainees for this event," continued Dr Amer Al Anzi.

 

The Volunteer Training aims to develop the technical medical skills of the Indonesian people. "This is to develop or advance the skills to the medical team at RS Islam Jakarta and exchange knowledge between KS Relief and the people of Indonesia represented by RS Islam Jakarta," concluded Dr Amer Al Anzi.

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