SAFE’s Nepal Earthquakes Mission 2015

 17 May
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SAFE's Emergency Medical Team (EMT) is working at remote Barpak,Gumda,Manbu and Uiya earthquake affected village to Provide emergency medical support to the victims. SAFE in emergencies: Glimpse of last 15 years SAFE’s emergency team worked effortlessly both in home and abroad extending support to prevent loss of lives post-emergency by providing emergency medical services and ensuring safe water. SAFE’s supports are highly acknowledged by stakeholders. “The medical services provided by your team ….. Strengthened our efforts to minimize the pain and sufferings of the injured victims” - Chief District Medical Officer and Civil Surgeon, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India SAFE’s International Missions • Gujarat Earthquake in 2001 • Sri-Lanka Tsunami in 2004 • Kashmir Earthquake in 2005 SAFE in Bangladesh • Flood emergencies in 2001-2014. • SIDR in 2007 • AILA in 2009 and • Rana Plaza Disaster in 2013 SAFE was actively engaged in rescue as well as rehabilitation of survivors and saviors of Rana Plaza through physiological counseling. Post Rana Plaza incident, SAFE formed and trained a 150 member rescue and emergency team for a year aiming to dedicate their valuable services during (inter) national emergency such as Nepal earthquake. SAFE Home Town Apartment, Flat # 9C, 87 New Eskaton Road Banglamotor, Dhaka - 1000, Bangladesh Phone: 8801730054888-9 E-mail: Web: Contact: Moshiur Khandaker Chief Executive

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