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Nepal: Training on Disaster Situations Begins


Kathmandu: A 10-day training on corpse management in disaster situations began in the Capital on September 17. SSP Sudip Acharya inaugurated the training on ‘Emergency First Aid Treatment and Management of Dead Bodies after Disasters’ at the office of Dilli Bazaar-based Central Police Disaster Response Taskforce.  “This session will impart professional knowledge and skills in providing emergency first aid treatment and managing bodies in the aftermath of natural disasters,” Acharya said of the training that has Nepal Red Cross Society, International Committee of Red Cross and Disaster Management Division as the o
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Nepal: Technical Glitch Shuts Manipal Emergency Services


Pokhara: Manipal Teaching Hospital in Pokhara on September 26 closed its emergency services citing technical problem in the hospital’s computer server. Chief of the Administration Department Dr Anirban Bakchi said, “The hospital is unable to provide bills of admitted patients and those getting discharged due to server failure. Due to this glitch, we have also been unable to provide medicine to patients.” Hence, the hospital had no option but to halt services until the problem is fixed. Dr Bakchi said the server problem occurred suddenly , due to which they have not been able to see the records of the patients. 
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Nepal: Nepali Doctor Honoured with International Award in Australia for World Class Emergency Service


Dharan: Nepali Doctor Gyanendra Malla has been honoured by an international awardedat a conference by International Emergency Medicine Group in Australia.   Prof. Malla, who is head of the emergency medicine department at BP Koirala Institute of Health Science (BPKIHS), was presented with the award during a meeting of doctors of emergency medicines from all over the world at Adelaide South Australia. The Chairperson of Australian Emergency Medicine Group Prof. Dr. Anthony Cross presented the award to Malla and lauded his contribution in medical sector.Dr. Malla was chosen for the award as BPKIHS has a world classemergenc
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Nepal: Use of Indian Ambulances on Rise


Parsa: Ambulances with Indian number plates are operating in the district unchecked, it has come to light.  Sources said that around two dozen ambulances bearing Indian number plates are operating and that they are charging people exorbitant fees. Chairman of local Youth Society, Kamal Chaugai said that failure of concerned authorities such as the Traffic Police Office and the Department of Transport Management to stop such ambulances from plying in Nepal has made the matter worse.
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Nepal: 297 Children Killed in Various Accidents between Jan-Nov


Kathmandu: Altogether 297 children were killed and 147 injured various accidents since January to November this year across the country. Figures compiled by the child rights group Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Center (CWIN) show most of the casualties were the result of road accidents followed by drowning. Of the total fatalities, 110 children were killed in road accidents and 103 died by drowning.  Likewise, 22 children died of serious burn injuries whereas 17 were killed after falling off trees and roofs. Twenty-one children died of snakebite and wild animal attacks while 13 died of electric shock. Similarly, landslide and infrast
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