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Philippines: Creation of Department of Disaster and Emergency Management, asserted

Manila: By filing Senate Bill No. 1553 Senator JV Ejercito asserted the establishment of the Department of Disaster and Emergency Management. Ejercito\'s move follows the commemoration of the super typhoon Yolanda in the Eastern Visayas region four years ago. He said the super typhoon Yolanda was hit by a government policy shortfall in disaster preparedness, mitigation, response and rehabilitation.\r\nEjercito noted that the disadvantages of a department that will address disaster preparedness, response and mitigation, and risk reduction will be addressed.

Philippines: IKAMA Kalbar has Free Ambulance Service

The National Committee for the Prohibition of Weapons (NCPW) at Armed Forces, on 7 November, conducted simulation exercise to face a chemical emergency with the aim to show Qatar’s readiness for facing chemical threats. NCPW Deputy Chairman Brigadier General (Air) Hassan Saleh Al Nesf attended the simulation exercise.\r\nIts conduct coincided with the “NCT Middle East 2017” conference on unconventional threats in the Middle East which was launched on Monday (6 November) at W hotel under the organization of the National Committee for the Prohibition of Weapons (NCPW) in cooperation with Netherlands-based Company IB Consultanc

Qatar: HMC Officially Opens Sealine Medical Clinic

Doha: Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) officially opened its Sealine Medical Clinic, in the Sealine area. This is the eighth consecutive year that the healthcare organisation is operating the clinic, which began receiving patients last weekend.\r\nAl-Khater, who is also project manager for the Sealine Medical Clinic, said emergency medical services, are available for residents during the busy camping season.

Qatar: Walk-in Clinics for Minor Injuries Open at all Health Centres

The Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) has opened walk-in clinics at all health centers, to provide better and appropriate treatment for patients with minor injuries.\r\nThe clinics provide integrated services for injuries such as burns, wounds, non-displaced fractures and in some cases removable of easily accessible foreign bodies, said Dr Samya Ahmad Al Abdulla, Executive Director of Operation Department, PHCC. 

Thailand: Police Conduct Emergency Air Medical Rescue Drill

Bangkok: The air drill is among several measures that the Royal Thai Police have prepared during the Royal Cremation Ceremony to evacuate emergency patients to hospital in time. The air drill is coordination between the Police Aviation Division and the Police General Hospital.\r\nActing deputy commissioner of the Royal Thai Police Pol Gen Virachai Songmetta said the medical helicopter that was used in the drill today is the latest medical evacuation helicopter that was purchased for emergency air rescue.
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