Important Info- Trauma Care International Foundation Wins Merit Award for Safety

TCIF is in a position to help more people, families, and communities become better equipped to react to emergencies. They’ve also helped expand the ability and knowledge base of first responders among the authorities emergency response and traffic management agencies. They have http://jesusnews.com/ embarked on numerous community based projects and plans in a variety of places across Nigeria and in West Africa (within Accra, Ghana and Yaounde, Cameroon).

In acknowledgement of her job, in demonstrating extraordinary commitment to Safety and Occupational Health TCIF received the SAFE Merit Award for 2016. There were over four hundred nominees for this particular merit award group that have been chosen from various security organizations. These nominations of potential awardees were received from the public, reputable safety bodies and stakeholders, like the Lagos Safety Commission, as well as the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria. Confirmation because of this award was carried out based on pre-determined criteria and scoring techniques; Trauma Care International Foundation and 10 organisations were presented winners of this prestigious merit http://www.cbsnews.com/news/jesus-tomb-renovated-for-first-time-in-200-years/ award.

The TCIF says a warm thank you to her partners as they observe this commendable accomplishment and humanitarian activity. That is just the beginning of the heights to climb, looking forward to greater and more commendations accomplishments in this glorious year by God’s Spirit.

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