As part of its continuous efforts to raise the level of services provided to the visitor through diversity and openness to various service horizons, especially those related to cultural and educational purpose aimed at a better life for human beings, the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, represented by the Division of Childhood and Youth of the Department of Intellectual and Cultural Affairs, holds a Scout Camp to teach first aid, every Thursday of each week at the Qibla Gate of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him).
The camp aims to teach the visitor the skills of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the situation of rescuing the child from cases of suffocation that may be exposed to him, in addition to how to deal with wounds, burns, fractures and dealing with emergency situations that may happen within the family or friends or in public life.
The coach Ali 'Awdah Wahid explained the following: "Every Thursday of every week a first aid camp is held, where visitors are taught how to deal with some cases that may happen without hesitation or fear. The camp teach first aids for the following problems: (Treatment of burns, wounds, fractures, pulmonary resuscitation, and firefighting). The training includes all age groups. "
"The training curriculum includes theoretical and practical aspects, and visitors are involved in practicing these training things directly on some puppets or on a volunteer." He added.
It is noteworthy that this camp is successful among the visitors as most of them have lived these cases and did not know how to deal with them and thanks to this camp, they became familiar with.