The authorities of the capital of Lebanon emphasize the high effectiveness of the help that PCPM brings to the city through the "Cash for Work" program, i.e. commissioning minor infrastructural and cleaning works to the local community. The beneficiaries of the program are also the poorest inhabitants of Beirut – both Lebanese and Syrians – for whom work provided by the PCPM is often the only source of income.
A Thousand medical workers employed by PCPM are conducting training for sixty instructors and 120 members of emergency services in Tanzania. This new flagship project will provide a range of training and medical equipment in addition to training. Thanks to us, safety in the region of Tanzania's largest metropolitan area, Dar es Salaam, will significantly improve in two years.
Another crisis hits Lebanon – an energy one. Some Beirut residents only have access to power for 1 hour per day and a lack of bread as a direct outcome of a country-wide shortage of flour. In these circumstances, they desperately need humanitarian aid.
The Polish Secretary of State Małgorzata Jarosińska-Jedynak visited our Firefighting and Emergency Service Training Center in the Kenyan capital. We presented the project outline, the actions implemented in close cooperation with Polish Aid, and the up-to-date needs of the Fire and Emergency Service Department in Kenya.
From 1-4th of December, the Winfocus World Medical Congress will take place. It will gather lecturers and participants from around the world. Given that PCPM providing help for years in the medical field also has a lecture.