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Commenced in 2005, PRIDEA is the sole institution of its kind in Pakistan, where resilience building training programs are offered in an integrated manner, throughout the year. Keeping in view nation’s certain deficiencies, lacking appropriate responsiveness and chaotic situations during emergencies; we founded this academy to fill a huge gap. The faculty/trainers have been educated at high ranking; German, British, Canadian and American institutions thus best practices and international standards are always endeavored to be kept in sight.
These professional have operational experience in Bam, Iran, Sri Lanka and Indonesia after Earthquake and Tsunami as well. Our programs are tailored in accordance with the regional needs and challenges whilst having an in-depth awareness of the local culture, traditions and customs. These programs equip students with the required knowledge, skills and competencies to prepare for, mitigate, respond to and recover from local, national or international disasters and emergencies, efficiently and effectively.
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A Generation of Life Savers
First Aid has been proved to be a difference between life and death in any emergency across the world. Its...
The Radio Communication is like a backbone of any relief operation in complex emergencies. We have witnessed its importance during...
Hygiene can be twice the problem that bad water is, but the problem is easier to solve. Without hygiene instruction, clean...
(Prophet Muhammad PBUH)
“Each one of you is a shepherd and each one of you shall be asked for his sheep.”
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Keeping in view the frequency and intensity of natural disasters, the need to setup a dedicated academy was inevitable. Whilst filling this gap, we seek your generous support for the construction of a state of the art training facility.
PRIDEA, offers an integrated series of capacity building programs. So far, alone at First Aid, we have trained over 48,000 individuals including students, teachers, community workers and first responders.
To expand our services in the sectors of emergency relief and disaster preparedness, there is a need for us to acquire advanced training and response equipment such as Ambulances, AEDs, Resusci Annes, Radios and SAR equipment.
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This anonymous and self-funded study is being carried out by PRIDEA- Pakistan Relief International Disasters and Emergencies Academy, Islamabad. The core purpose of this research is to learn and analyse socio-economic as well as behavioral aspects involving people from all spheres of life, in Pakistan. The study will help understanding the impact of corona-crisis and
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Guiding Words for Living
Millions left stranded because of the deadly floods from an unprecedent monsoon season in Pakistan.
Emergency First Aid training for the teachers and Educators at Federal College of Education, H9, Islamabad
A seminar on “Disaster Management and its Significance” was conducted at federal Urdu University, Islamabad. More than a hundred students...
After returning back from Germany we started working upon designing a comprehensive plan of action to create awareness and educate...
A group of Pakistan Relief volunteers at int. Islamic University, Islamabad welcomed the New Year in a unique way. They...
A fundamental level exercise for HAR- High Angle Rescue took place at Margalla, the foothills of Himalayas, Islamabad a few...
As an unavoidable segment of disaster preparedness and contingency planning for expected floods, Pakistan Relief together with PARS offers an exclusive...
”And whoever saves one – it is as if he had saved mankind, entirely”.
“The merciful and generous man benefits his soul.”
‘‘Do everything to save the life of another”