Frequently Asked Questions- Universal App Program: First Aid

The Universal App Program is an initiative sponsored by the Global Disaster Preparedness Center and is focused on providing access to high quality, lifesaving mobile applications or ‘apps’ to Red Cross and Red Crescent societies for release in their home markets to benefit the general public. The idea is rooted in that both the American Red Cross and British Red Cross have released a free First Aid App that offers simple, easy-to-follow advice for a variety of everyday first aid scenarios.

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