LAHORE - The Rescue 1122 is launching Community Safety Programme to encourage media and community participation in emergency preparedness, response and prevention. The programme is aimed at capacity building of citizens and establishment of community emergency Response Team (CERTs) to assist the Rescue 1122 in case of large-scale disasters and prevention of emergencies. In this regard, the Rescues 1122 will arrange a programme Evening for Safer Pakistan on 14th May at Emergency Services Academy. Rescue 1122 in a statement issued on Tuesday said that although an effective emergency management system has been established, however there was an alarming increase in number of emergencies as 2,04,532 traffic accident, 15,333 fires, 1,123 building collapse and 302 explosions have been managed by the Rescue during the last five years. Aghi Programme The students of Government Kinnaird High School for Girls, Empress Road visited Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan on a study tour on Tuesday. The students were informed about 500 unique pictures and scenes of Pakistan Movement followed by a ceremony presided by Schoolteacher Farhat Naheed. Meanwhile Mobile Unit No 1 of Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) led by coordinator Prof Mohammad Saeed Sheikh visited Alflah College of Commerce, Ferozpur Road and the ceremony presided by Prof. Rasheed Bhatti. Mobile Unit 2 led by coordinator Abdus Salam visited City District Government Boys Middle School and Alharm Educational System High School Fateh Garh and organised ceremonies presided by headmasters Afzal Khan and Muhammad Aslam respectively. Mobile Unit 3 headed by coordinator Muzammal Hussain visited City District Government Girls Middle School Wafaqi Colony. The ceremony was presided by Headmistress Musarrat Bano. Mobile Unit No 4 led by Nadeem Raza Sheikh visited Government Boys Primary School and Government Girls Primary School Shahpur Kanjran while the ceremonies presided by School Heads. Later , the students were given prizes in the quiz programs and correct recitation of Allama Iqbals verses. Sets of books were also given to school libraries.