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Bangladesh: Dial 999 in emergency, Running on Trial Basis


Dhaka: Anyone can avail of any kind of support now nationwide for 24 hours a day and 7 days of the week without any cost.\r\nUnder the service, if you want the help of Fire Service, Police or an ambulance, just dial 999 anytime of the day, tell the operator in details and you will get your service in the quickest possible time. The project is running on trial basis and the ICT division plans to make it fully operational after 6 months.
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Brunei Darussalam: CAE to Establish Emergency and Crisis Management Centre in Brunei


CAE has teamed up with the Government of Brunei to establish a comprehensive Emergency Management and Crisis Management Centre of Excellence to support Brunei and ASEAN disaster preparedness at BRIDEX 2013. The CAE Brunei Multi-Purpose Training Centre's (MPTC) Emergency Management and Crisis Management Centre of Excellence will support the Brunei Ministry of Home Affairs and Brunei National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) in training and preparing for various forms of local and regional emergencies and disasters.
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Burma (Myanmar): First Aid Post to be Built on Yangon-Naypyitaw Expressway


Mizzima: The Singapore Red Cross Society is helping to finance a first aid station, complete with two ambulances, on the Yangon– Naypyitaw Expressway, according to a report by May Wong for Channel News Asia (CNA). The highway is notorious as one of the most dangerous roads in Myanmar, many drivers ignoring the 100 km/p/h speed limit. The 397-km journey between the former and the current capitals usually takes about five hours.
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Burma (Myanmar): MRCS Ppens Nay Pyi Taw Highway Aid Station


The 115-mile rest area on the Yangon-Nay Pyi Taw Highway now houses a 24-hour pre-hospital care and ambulance station operated by the Myanmar Red Cross Society, a spokesperson said on February 25. The post will cut the time it takes for ambulances and healthcare to reach crash sites, the society’s deputy secretary general, DrAungKyawHtut, said on February 26. “Many traffic accidents happen on this highway. And many people have died unnecessarily due to delays in getting them to hospital or by delivering them to hospital in poor transport,” he said. “If they receive first aid [at the scene] and are referred to the hos
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Burma (Myanmar): NLD to Propose New Healthcare Policy Including Running Medical Emergency


The National League for Democracy will draft a new national health policy and submit it to the government for consideration, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi said second week of April. Work on the new policy would be led by the NLD, the network’s chairman, Dr Tin Myo Win, said at the ceremony. The National Health Network will also seek international input for drafting the policy. “To make the program more effective, we are inviting consultants from foreign countries, such as India, Singapore and Thailand,” said Dr Mya Thaung, the network’s vice chairman. The National Health Network’s stated goals include raising standards
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