ALERT (Amenity Lifeline Emergency Response Team) is a volunteer driven NGO, that empowers a common man in case of an emergency to ensure ‘Right to Life’ a reality in India!
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The government cannot work on its own, it needs the help of NGOs like ALERT
ALERT is an NGO that trains people in First Aid and life-saving techniques in real-life situations. ALERT is driven by a few individuals who are passionate about their cause with a high level of dedication and determination.
We thank you very much for your association with our team for more than a year to provide voluntary training on "FIRST AID"...
Every child should be empowered in first aid.
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Listen from real heroes
- I am Pakathan speaking. I thank ALERT organisation and team ALERT for giving me opportunity to learn first aid. There was a circumstance recently where I applied what I was taught in the training programme. When having non-vegetarian curry food in the afternoon, my father choked on the food that got stuck in the airway and had difficulty breathing.
- The first accident case, I attended, was a girl who had fainted and had gone unconscious. After I got near the victim in college, I checked for her response. When she didn’t respond to me, I proceeded to check her vitals. The vitals were normal so I put her in the Recovery Position. About 20 minutes later, she regained consciousness, felt normal and spoke with me.
- 26-year-old Lalitha Veronica saved the life of a person who suffered a heart attack by performing three cycles of CPR. When many people avoided the unconscious victim, she was reminded of her father who had also experienced a heart attack and thereby, she stopped to give first aid without inhibition.
- Once, 23-year-old youngster Dhanush tried and couldn’t save the life of a victim. After some time, he once again witnesses a road accident and this time, saves the life of a 60-year-old man by performing First Aid during the Golden Hour of life and death.