World First Aid Day 10/09/2022 Festival Images


Every year, World First Aid Day is observed on the second Saturday of September to spread awareness on first aid and how it can prevent injuries and save lives in a critical situation. This year, World First Aid Day will be celebrated on September 11, 2021 across the globe.


World First Aid day is an annual campaign aimed at promoting the importance of first aid training and increasing its accessibility to save more lives in a crisis. When a person suffers from minor or serious injury or illness, the first and immediate assistance given to the patient is termed as 'First Aid'.


First Aid helps preserve and save lives and also plays an important role in preventing the situation from getting worse. It promotes recovery and, in many cases, first aid may be necessary to keep the victim alive before he/she can be taken to the hospital or before a doctor arrives for more specialised treatment.


World First Aid Day 2021: Theme

The theme for World First Aid Day 2021 is 'First aid and road safety', according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). Last year, the theme was ‘First aid saves lives.’ You can learn first aid in three to six hours and it is not a very big investment when it comes to save lives and anyone can train for it, regardless of educational background.


World First Aid Day Festival Image



World First Aid Day Festival Image



World First Aid Day Festival Image