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  • Saint Lucia Activity Report

    The Saint Lucia Life Saving Society report on their activities in 2007.

  • Malaysia Activity Report

    The Life Saving Society Malaysia (LSSM) reported the following lifesaving activities to the Regional Secretary:

  • Kids Online

    Royal Life Saving Society Australia offers "Kids Online", a website for hours of fun activities, games and competitions. Kids can learn about Water Safety while keeping busy and having fun.

    Children can test their skills and knowledge in fun water safety games on their computer or test their water safety knowledge in the Swim and Survive Aqua Quizzes. There are a range of activities for each level, including colouring in, matching pairs, find a word, and crosswords - all with a focus on water safety.

  • ILS President Inauguration

    The ILS President was awarded the Honour of Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) for “distinguished service to Australia and humanity” in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.

  • Iran Lifesaving Courses

    The Iranian Lifesaving and Diving Federation has successfully organised lifesaving courses and clinics in the Iranian Olympic Academy during August and September 2007 .

  • Better beach management

    The 2007 Lifesaving Conference on the Australian Gold Coast discussed a number of initiatives including the new beach management course, developed by the Australian Lifesaving Academy.

  • Lifesaving Sports Championships India

    In November 2007 the Rashtriya Life Saving Society of India will host its 5th Lifesaving Sports Championships in Mumbai.

    Events

  • India Activity Report

    This year, the RLSSI reported the following progress to the Regional Body of ILS:

  • Argentina Activity Report

    The Professional Team For Aquatic Rescues (EPSA - Equipo Profesional De Salvamento Acuatico), the Argentinean member of ILS, reported on their rescue and education activities and sport initiatives.

  • Significant change in Brazilian drowning statistics

    The Brazilian Life Saving Society (SOBRASA) reports that statistics on Brazilian drowning shows a significant reduction after joining ILS in 1995.

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