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India: 24-hour Ambulance Service for Silli


Ranchi: Residents of Silli will now be able to avail of ambulance services 24X7. Goonj, an NGO supported by Ajsu Party, started the services on July 04 Thursday under the name 'JeevanMitra'.The party is the first political outfit in the state to start healthcare facility for people. As many as 14 ambulances were launched. SudeshMahato, former deputy CM, said, "People can call on the toll free number. Even the ambulance drivers would be trained to provide first aid. The ambulance would be connected to the police control room through GPRS.
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India: Kerala to Strengthen Disaster Management System


Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala will strengthen its disaster management system to tackle crisis arising from natural calamities and outbreak of epidemics, taking the cue from havoc wrought by cloudburst in Uttarakhand. Health Minister V S Shivakumar said here on July 04 that the government was working out plans in this regard in view of theUttarakhand calamity which claimed thousands of lives in cloudburst and the following flood.  "We are taking steps to strengthen the disaster management system. Doctors and paramedical staff will be given special training to tackle unexpected calamities and outbreak of epidemics," he said at
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India: Residents, Officials to Get Training in Disaster Management


Bangalore: Officials of BBMP and residents of BBMP South zone will soon be trained to handle disasters both - natural and man-made - thanks to an effort by Additional Commissioner Dr K V Thrilok Chandra and Deputy Commissioner Suresh. A day-long training programme on ‘Incident Response System’ was organised for over 250 BBMP officials, including engineers, revenue officials and health inspectors in South zone.The training session was conducted by Raghu V, a master trainer of National Institute of Disaster Management.Enrolment for the training programme will be held across 44 wards in the city within the next 15 days. Incident Re
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India: Schools Give Training in First Aid to Students


Hubli: Teaching first aid to children provides them with the essential skills that can be life-saving. Simple accidents like tripping or slipping and falling or twisting an ankle might seem a trivial part of the school life, but they are capable of causing serious injuries. Realizing this, many schools in the city are now making their students aware of the importance of first aid service. Experts from various hospitals are teaching children first aid during free health check-up camps. During these awareness programmes, experts tell students about the dos and don'ts in situations like injuries, accident
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India: Medical Responder Programme to be Launched in Doda on July 13


Doda: To save precious lives during any calamity or eventuality, Indian Red Cross Society headquarters, New Delhi, is going to launch the worldwide programme of International Red Cross Society from July 13 in Bhaderwah tehsil, Doda district, of the state. Under the programme called as 1st Medical Responder Programme, volunteers of the erstwhile Doda district will be trained for providing first aid, rescue and search, disaster management, family news service, water and sanitation, health and hygiene, besides camp management and other activities,  which will help them in saving precious lives during any eventuality, said Roma Wani, Ho
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