Fryesdal visit …زيارة فريسدال

During our plan for this month we are visited Fryesdal Red Cross. Fyresdal is the westernmost municipality of Telemark district. its consists of several little villages north of the municipal centre, in the main valley of Fyresdal, and on the western and southeastern shores of Fyresvatn (Lake Fyresdal), one of Norway’s deepest lakes. The municipal centre of Fyresdal is Moland. This is the location of the municipal assembly, the school, the community house, kindergartens, the home for the elderly, and most of the commercial enterprises in the village. Moland is the most heavily populated area of Fyresdal.

Birtedalen is a popular place for people who set up mountain cabins.  Across the scenic and mighty mountain of Våmur where one can see the lake from up above. The Rescue team  of Red Cross  is only able to respond so quickly and comprehensively to emergencies operations. Arne dag the leader of Rescue Team said: we have a control centre it consist of communications devices & GPS that making us ready all the time to response at any request for assistance. Also he gave us specifically explanation about the rescue team mission. In Saturday morning he led us to huge mountain and show us some practical work of the rescue team, also gave us short training about snow scooter driving, also we met in the evening the rest of staff in their premises, so we discuss with them some issues which concerning by the work also we presented tow presentation under title How to being delegate & Sudanese red crescent activities.

At school

 (Part of the study in the Norwegian language with foreign colleagues)

HIV/ADIS Day

Migration Stand in Oslo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eid Al-Adha Ceremony

Amidst the all the rat race, festivals come as a breath of fresh air for the Muslims. there are thousands of festivals which are celebrated all around the year and now the world is celebrating Eid-AL-Adha, the festival of sacrifice. it is observed for three days .festival means food, shopping (new clothes ,bangles, etc) and loads of smiles everywhere. the relatives from different countries come to meet the family , some of major dishes typical of Eid are-(shya, kabab,etc .)they are prepared and distributed to neighbors and friends to express  the feeling of friendship and peace .by shortly it is a time to rejoice forgetting all differences.

We constructed special ceremony for Eid occasion to the children and their families , in Telemark Red Cross (Kverndalsgata 7 in Skien) at 16 Nov first day of Eid.

The invitation included three Arab communities (Sudan-Iraq-Plastin).the program aims to integration cultural and reflect the role play of Red Cross Youth towards the children and society. also it was good chance for us to submitting  presentation reflects our activities . The program includes:

interdiction about Eid day, presentation about our mission in Telemark, move,  Red Cross message 10min,  RC local youth group message 20min, Competition &quiz, gifts for children.

 The number of attenders reached to 34 of adults, and 33of children, so we submitted 40 gifts for all the kids. it was a nice day for children and families they were got a lot of fun and enjoyment. 

 

  

First Aid

أقمنا ورشة عمل في مجال الإسعاف الأولي في يوم 3/11/2010م , حيث حضر عدد (10) من متطوعي وحدة شباب الصليب الأحمر بمنطقة  شين  

شملت الورشة شرح كيفية التنفس الصناعي والإنعاش القلبي لكبار والأطفال عبر برنامج العرض ألتقديمي بالإضافة شرح عملي بواسطة الفيدي و ومن ثم التطبيق العملي من قبل المبعوثين الشباب بواسطة مجسمات التنفس الصناعي , وفي ختام الورشة تم عرض الأربعة النقاط الأساسية لعملية الإسعاف .

We held workshop for first aid on 3rd November 2010 , Where  attended (10) persons from Skien local youth group .

Included a workshop to explain how  CPR for adults and children .through a short presentation as well as explain by video and then the practical application by us and  by ventilator Models, at the close of the workshop were presented the four main points of the First aid .

 

 

 

 

Activities Of September

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