Survival Course “Safe”

The course “Safe” was launched on the Zrozumilo! Online Educational Platform.

The course consists of 13 episodes where you can learn about basic tools and safety rules during wartime.

  1.   How to protect your house from an artillery shell or missile?
  2.   What to do if you find a landmine?
  3.   How to evacuate people with limited mobility?
  4.   Where to look for friends and allies in a temporary occupation?
  5.   How to survive in a siege without food, water and electricity?
  6.   What to do in case of contact with phosphorus shells, sarin, chlorine and nitrogen?

Duration of each episode: 6-15 minutes

After watching an episode, you must pass a short test to unlock access to the next episode. At the course’s conclusion, all participants receive a certificate.

“We live in a time when it is worth ‘putting’ the right knowledge into an alarm suitcase, which often saves lives,” says Viktor Liakh, President of the East Europe Foundation. “The series on survival in wartime simply and clearly tells you how to escape from artillery shelling, protect yourself during occupation and maintain information hygiene.”

Raising awareness of the public about safety rules, especially in wartime, is one of the main priorities of the State Emergency Service,” says Roman Prymus, Deputy Head of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine for Digital Development, Digital Transformation and Digitalization. “We use all the possibilities for this, particularly online platforms provided by our partners. Our goal is to protect the life and health of people as much as possible.”

Take a survival course and take care of your safety now!

The online course was created as part of the Swiss-Ukrainian E-Governance for Accountability and Participation, or EGAP, Program, implemented by East Europe Foundation in partnership with the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, the Diia.Digital Education project and the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.