Social inclusion, Education

First Aid training belongs to everyone!


Who is behind this?

Tatjana Lang



Idea Sketch | Proposal


Idea pitch

Until now, this type of training may only be used by individuals. Our plan is that with this project to provide the first aid training to all those who did not had the opportunity to attend. Also, the project includes a page on a social network that would carry the title of first aid. We plan to the first aid training is organized for social cases, children in schools, refugees etc. The training would be implemented by doctors of emergency aid. The project would last a year from the approval.

Where will your idea take place?

Serbia (live) and World (online)

Why does Europe need your idea?

To train a minimum of 1,000 people, and save many lives in this training. This would be a huge organization that would be held twice a month.

What is your impact?

Setting a new development of the society we aim at all the structures.

How do you get there?

We plan to achieve the goal of education, and by training. We also plan to record every education and upload it up on the social network, so that people from other countries could use the benefits of free first aid training.

What is your story?


Who are you doing it for?

With this training, we would include people with low monthly incomes, children, refugees, people with disabilities, public companies ... etc.

What makes your idea stand apart?

Our idea is special, because it has an impact on what is most important to us and that is life. And at the same time and fits gathering and socialization, education, the use of modern technology and connect with the world.

€ 47000,-

Funding requested from Advocate Europe

€ 55000,-

Total budget

Major expenses

The biggest cost to us is organizations, fees for doctors, as well as logistics.

What do you need from the Advocate Europe community?

Will organize a visitors' book, as well as putting on special certificate for finished successful training.



Idea created on March 6, 2016
Last edit on Oct. 30, 2017

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