PROJECT TITLE: REHABILITATION OF THANE CYCLONE VICTIMS IN SOUTH INDIA (9753)
REPORT TITLE: DISASTER MANAGEMENT TRAINING
REPORT PERIOD: 01.12.12 to 31.12.12
Disaster and Risk management continuous trainings were provided to the Boy and Girl students of Govt. High School, East Kumaramangalam Village, Cuddalore district which has severely collapsed in the cyclone Thane by the organizations Global Giving through Chevalier Roche Society.
Mr.R.Asokan, Assistant Head Master presided over the training programme in the presence of Mr.S.Venkatesan physical Education teacher, Mr.A.Thamothran, the project Manager and his team of Chevalier Roche Society provided the training for the students. The following facts were taught in the training.
RESCUE AND FIRST AID TRAINING PROGRAMME
On 21.12.12, 24.12.12 & 26.12.12 Rescue & First Aid continuous Training programmes were conducted for the boy and girl students of Government High School, East Kumaramangalam village, Cuddalore District which was affected severely by the Cyclone Thane. The programme was organized by Global Giving through Chevaliar Roche Society. The training programme was presided over by Mr.R.Asokan, Assistant Headmaster of Government High School in the presence of Mr. N.Rajkumar, the Mathematics teacher. Mr. A.Thamothran, the project Manager, chevalier Roche Society and his team facilitated the continuous Trainings along with the practical explanations.
During the training the following points were discussed.
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