The Core of our operation is centered on the following:
2. Equip community members with skills, knowledge, and competencies to recognize and respond to the sudden medical emergency.
Investing and participating in empowerment programs in ways that identify a sustainable growth process and economic status in our communities.
Welcome to Tranquil Foundation
The Tranquil foundation was founded in May 2016, registered in June 2018 in Alberta, Canada, and Nigeria with the aim of providing Empowerment, Education, Engagement and Sustainable developmental opportunities to Communities in Nigeria. As a non-profit organization, we are committed to working in partnerships to provide the tools and resources required to help build healthy and sustainable communities. The organization is based on a constitution, which provides for an executive management and members.
We are poised to ensure public safety and justice through research, teaching, and services delivered by skilled and experienced professionals to help government and citizens develop and implement safety reforms, assist program that advances the social and economic well-being of children of school age, teenagers and youths so that they can properly integrate socially and educationally to contribute positively as citizens to the society.
Our programs are mainly focused on providing practical expertise, hands-on skills and expertise in learning the lifesaving skills of CPR, AED use, Heart-related emergencies and choking relief in schools and communities.
At Tranquil Foundation, programs are taught in easy-to-follow steps, allowing participants/students to act on, prevent, and manage life’s emergencies wherever they may occur. Instruction is hands-on and interactive and is supported by a variety of training materials and simulations including CPR mannequins, AED trainers, bandages and splinting materials, barrier devices, auto-injector trainers, inhalers, and more.
A sudden cardiac arrest can happen at any place, at any time. The best chance of surviving is to get CPR right away. Sadly, most of the time it doesn’t happen that way. Our foundation wants students/residents in communities to learn CPR before they graduate from high school, putting more qualified lifesavers in our communities every year.
We facilitate the learning of technical knowledge and skill but also incorporate adaptability and stress tolerance, which are essential when responding to an incident with confidence.
We aspire to make communities, classrooms, halls, and common areas safer with a well-trained response to health emergencies.
CPR especially if performed properly and immediately can double, or even triple, survival rates of cardiac arrest victims.
Only 46 percent of people who experience an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest receive the immediate help that they need before professional help arrives.
If you are called to give CPR in an emergency, you will most likely be trying to save a life of someone you love: a child, a spouse, a parent or a friend.