During the 12th National Rescue Challenge, which was put on by Rescue 1122, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan came out on top in the category of “Height Rescue Challenge.”
The competition featured 19 rescue teams from different regions, including Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Sindh, Balochistan, and Gilgit-Baltistan, as well as participants from the police, NGOs, and universities.
Attended the event’s closing ceremony were international representatives from Sri Lanka, Oman, Palestine, Turkey, and Palestine.
.”An 18-member team of the Alkhidmat Foundation demonstrated their skills in diverse rescue categories, including height rescue, deep well rescue, water rescue, swimming, trauma, and medical emergency,” the organization said in a statement.
.Emergency Services in Punjab Dr. Rizwan Naseer underlined that the National Rescue Challenge set uniform standards for emergency responses in order to strengthen emergency coordination among services across the nation. He acknowledged the Alkhidmat team and highlighted how much he valued their work.
He noted that these contests help rescuers advance their professional abilities and better prepare them to handle difficulties in emergencies and disasters.
Syed Ihsanullah Waqas, vice president of Alkhidmat, praised the group’s Disaster Management Program as a “hallmark of their commitment to aiding communities during sudden calamities and accidents in Pakistan.”
He appreciated the crucial role that volunteers and rescuers from Alkhidmat performed in helping those in need.