3rd World Pneumonia day observed all over the world
HANDS has arranged Gliding floats for raising awareness for the rehabilitation and bringing flood affected peoples back to their regular life.
In collaboration with Provincial Government and UNICEF HANDS elegantly tackled this challenge. Video documentary about the situations after flood will be rendering throughout the activity. This float convoy will pass through all flood affected parts of Sindh.
Trucks of the gliding floats have been furnished with awareness slogan expressing our motto for helping the affected. Distribution of Supplies, provisions, food, Ration and other necessary items will also be done during this activity. This activity will last for Two months. HANDS make every effort in the sector of Health, Education and psycho-social balancing of flood affected peoples.
Training for the staff of Diarrhea Treatment Centre was held on 2nd November 2011 at Taluka Head Quarter Hospital Kunri. This training was arranged by HANDS in collaboration with WHO . Dr. Wali Muhammad Rahimoon, SO-DEWS WHO and Eng: Ramesh Kumar, Environmental Engineer WHO were facilitated the training. Dr. Fazal Haq Jan, Dr. Prem Kumar, Dr. Subhash Chandar, Ashok Kumar, Bhooro Mal, Allaudin, Saba, Sumaira, Lata Kumari, Muhammad Ali Sand, Sarwan Kumar, Khalid Ali, Santosh, Parkash, Dr. Satram Roopani and Bansi Malhi. Practical Work Monitoring, Training of Staff on “INFECTION CONTROL AT DTC” and Training of staff about “Management of Diarrhea Patients at DTC” were the keynote features of this training.
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