I agree with you, but more than equipment, there needs to be increased focus on community training and awareness building. Rescue 1122 already is UN certified as the only INSARAG rated search and rescue team in South Asia. That is no cheap feat!Rescue 1122 is great. Pakistan slowly needs to increase their size and equipment. Also for Police and Ambulance service we eventually should have same number.
Furthermore there is already an Air Ambulance parked up in Lahore waiting for PC1 to be compeleted before it can be handed over to 1122 for Lahore's first domestic air ambulance service:
Rescue 1122 have previously provided air med support, but once the PC1 goes through and funding is released, this will be a major breakthrough for Rescue services in Pakistan.
Equipment wise, Rescue 1122 has some pretty good equipment for their role in emergency response in Pakistan, I am particularly fond of the locally manufactured Hino Pak Fire Engine. In terms of technical rescue, the capacity has improved with time and this is evident by the United Nations certification.
Rescue 1122 quietly keeps making a difference by saving life, living up to the rescue creed that 'all lives are sacred':