Women skilled on fundamentals of disaster response

ITANAGAR, Jul 14: The two days coaching of Women on Basics of Disaster Response organised by the Department of Disaster Management concluded at the moment at DKCC Itanagar. 

The Deputy Commissioner Capital Itanagar Talo Potom urged all of the contributors to utilise the experience gained in the course of the coaching to coach others particularly household, pals, neighbours and so forth. He stated a lot of the places within the Capital falls below the class of weak and therefore we needs to be ready to sort out if any form of disaster occurs. 

He urged the contributors to organise consciousness camp on disasters of their respective sectors/ colonies whereas including that District Administration and Deptt of Disaster Management will present all form of help and cooperation. Taking the chance, the DC additionally spoke concerning the menace of drug abuse within the capital and sought the cooperation of all to collectively combat this menace. He knowledgeable {that a} drug de-addication cum rehabilitation centre is arising at Lekhi. 

Director Komkar Dulom stated that numerous measures are being adopted by the Department to sensitise and  practice others on disaster preparedness.

He stated that volunteers are additionally present process yearlong coaching below AAPDA Mitra at Lekhi to study the technicalities of coaching and to make themselves succesful to deal with the group’s rapid want within the aftermath of a disaster and to allow them to undertake fundamental aid and rescue duties throughout emergency conditions.

DDMO Jogam Angu knowledgeable that in the course of the two days coaching,  workforce of NDRF supplied fundamentals of response method throughout disasters. 

They had been briefed on security tips on hearth, earthquake, landslide, flash floods and so forth., by Assistant Directors Papang Duggong and Dorjee khandu and DDMO Capital Moromi Dodum Sonam.

A mock train on earthquake was additionally organised.

Earlier, Deputy Director Christine Wanglat  whereas welcoming all hoped that with the efforts of all to sensitise the individuals on disaster preparedness, Arunachal would quickly change into a disaster resilient state.  She had additionally briefed intimately concerning the function of Women in Disaster administration.

Later, within the interplay session the contributors spoke about their expertise and information gained in the course of the two days coaching.  All the 147 contributors had been additionally handed over certificates by the DC.

Among others, Assistant Commissioner Datum Gadi attended the programme.

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Kenter Joya Riba

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      She is a graduate in Science with submit commencement in Sociology from University of Pune. She has been within the media business for almost a decade. Before turning to print enterprise, she has been related to radio and tv.
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