Friday, May 1, 2015

International Civil Defence Organization's (ICDO) 48th Session of the Executive Council opened on April 20, 2015 in Tunis.

Habib Essid wearing ICDSCA cap at the Tunis Civil Defense White Operation

The International Civil Defense Support & Coordination Agency (ICDSCA) is happy to inform you that the International Civil Defence Organization (ICDO) had its 48th Session of the Executive Council opened on April 20, 2015 in Tunis, Tunisia.

ICDSCA's President Nicola Savoretti addressing the Executive Council of the  ICDO

Our President, Nicola Savoretti, presented our mission and goals, such as the development of the International Civil Defense Academy (ICDA), which has the motto, Knowledge Saves Lives.

Representatives of more than 22 members of the Executive Council of the ICDO participate in these meetings that were held for the first time outside of Geneva, where the headquarters of the organization resides.

At the opening, the Interior Minister Gharsalli Najem stated the importance of combining the efforts at regional and international levels to strengthen prevention and cooperation between the different services of civil protection.

The head of government, Habib Essid, wearing our ICDSCA hat in the pictures, visited April 22, 2015, the National School of Civil Protection, kicking off the grand opening of the distance education center and the white operation training event.

White Operation at the Tunis Civil Defense Academy
Tunisia joined in the ICDO in 1972.

Concerning training equipment, Swiss Dragons has access to the top of the range equipment and educational contents available in the market. Swiss Dragons is in search of philanthropists willing to save lives and industrial groups willing to enter new markets by supporting Swiss Dragons' efforts to develop more Distant Learning Projects (DLP).

High Tech hardware equipment interconnected internationally between Tunisia's Academy,
ICDO's emergency management room in Geneva and other Civil Defense Member States 

Presentation of the equipment and software technology in presence of Nicola Savoretti