Teenage volunteers from ten Vojvodina municipalities trained to protect their communities in emergency situations

Posted by Aleksandra Hristov on June 30th, 2009 under Events | 1 Comment »

I had a great time this weekend. It was combination of business and pleasure. Working as communication consultant on USAID’s Preparedness, Planning and Economic Security program in Serbia I was in Kovacica, where through a series of exercises (including fire fighting simulations and relay-races) 100 volunteers, aged 14 to 18, demonstrated what they learned during five days of fire fighting training.  

Thanks to this USAID supported training, these young people, representing 10 municipalities in Vojvodina, now have the skills necessary to help safeguard their communities when fires break out.

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