Our aim is to reach communities that regular healthcare doesn’t.
Our one day course is organized together with local healthcare providers to make sure that the knowledge reaches people most in need, on their terms.
ALPHABET TO SURVIVAL
Learn your ABC’s
We have refined the principals of wilderness first aid into its essence, making this potentially life-saving knowledge accessible to everyone; independent of education, literacy or social environment. Knowledge that saves lives.
Enable free airway and normal breathing
Stop any external bleeding
FOLLOW OUR MISSIONS
Mongolia, the land of Ghengis Khan, with its vast steppes, deserts and mountains. Half a million Mongolians still lack access to lifesaving first aid due to large distances. Follow our mission there by signing up!
Thank you all who showed love and support despite the weather! Learning how to save a life is rewarding in so many ways! And it's fun! Do you want us to come to your office, meeting or gathering to teach our unique 3hrs course? Just send us an email! Every penny of...
Learn life-saving skills and how to pass it forward! Saturday 25th of May our first course in rural first aid will be held. During 3 intense hours you will learn the important “ABC of survival” and how to teach others, based on wilderness medicine and the practice of...
Finally time for our annual general assembly! The meeting is open for anyone who wants to join, learn more or contribute in any other way! If you have a motion or other request, you can either submit it as a cooment below or send an email to...
We want to reach people living far from regular health care, in the mountains of Altai ort he midland steppes. This, unfortunately, means travelling by plane and car, resulting in CO2 emissions. Lucky for us, Tricorona is supporting our cause! They will help us reduce...
We are on the right track! Last Saturday, the world health organization, WHO, launched their Global Emergency and Trauma Care Initiative. The goal is to "ensure that millions of people around the world have access to the timely, life-saving care they deserve.” said...
KNOWLEDGE THAT SAVES LIVES
We have refined the principals of wilderness first aid into its essence, making this potentially life-saving knowledge accessible to everyone; independent of education, literacy or social environment.