Are you affected by Disasters? How often is a common person like you and me affected by disasters? Not too often, perhaps....
An Earthquake strikes?
A Tsunami hits you?
You suddenly get flooded?
A terrorist strikes?
Your building collapses?
A terrorist shoots at you?
A bomb explodes near you?
Your building catches fire?
But disasters are rare… You are probably right. These incidents are few and far in between. Although, they have become mor...
Your Gas Cylinder explodes?
Your Wife’s hand bleeds?
Your Mom’s hand gets burnt?
Your Dad has a Heart Attack?
Your son chokes?
Your daughter has a Nose Bleed?
Your friend gets a fracture?
Your child falls from a cycle?
Your maid gets an electric shock?
Your colleague falls down?
Do these affect you? Disasters can strike us anytime. Most of the times, however, we are not prepared for them. Neither fo...
What to Do? <ul><li>Fortunately, emergencies don’t occur that often. But when they do, you may be the “first on the scene”...
Common Disasters
PHILANTHROPE <ul><li>A Humanitarian not-for-profit Non government organization registered under section 80 G of Income Tax...
THE DRIVING FORCE <ul><ul><li>Dr. Angeli  Qwatra  is a medical rescue management expert having National and international ...
THE DRIVING FORCE <ul><ul><li>Dr. Qwatra is a member of the Medical and Health Services Committee for  Commonwealth  Games...
Our Visionaries Members of the Governing Council “ To ensure that everyone who needs empowerment in areas of disaster prep...
Members of the Governing Council …Contd. Dr. Lalit Mansingh  is in the Executive Commitee of institute of Peace & Conflilc...
Our Mission
Our Workshops <ul><li>Almost all Philanthrope workshops & Trainings focus on post accident management and how to save one-...
Stop being a mere Spectator. Contact Philanthrope, and bring about a difference to  Your  society.
For further details: Dr. Anjeli Qwatra [email_address] +91-11-26491234 Visit our Website: www.philanthrope.in
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    1. 2. Are you affected by Disasters? How often is a common person like you and me affected by disasters? Not too often, perhaps. But when you do get affected, do you know how to react? How will you react when…..
    2. 3. An Earthquake strikes?
    3. 4. A Tsunami hits you?
    4. 5. You suddenly get flooded?
    5. 6. A terrorist strikes?
    6. 7. Your building collapses?
    7. 8. A terrorist shoots at you?
    8. 9. A bomb explodes near you?
    9. 10. Your building catches fire?
    10. 11. But disasters are rare… You are probably right. These incidents are few and far in between. Although, they have become more common than earlier. But still, you are perhaps thinking I don’t need to be prepared for them. As they won’t come too often. OK then, How will you react when…
    11. 12. Your Gas Cylinder explodes?
    12. 13. Your Wife’s hand bleeds?
    13. 14. Your Mom’s hand gets burnt?
    14. 15. Your Dad has a Heart Attack?
    15. 16. Your son chokes?
    16. 17. Your daughter has a Nose Bleed?
    17. 18. Your friend gets a fracture?
    18. 19. Your child falls from a cycle?
    19. 20. Your maid gets an electric shock?
    20. 21. Your colleague falls down?
    21. 22. Do these affect you? Disasters can strike us anytime. Most of the times, however, we are not prepared for them. Neither for natural disasters, nor for daily medical emergencies. What, then, should be done? DO NOT be a mere spectator. You should know how to handle such emergencies. Thankfully, there is an organization which knows how to handle these scenarios. And trains you for free. Interested?
    22. 23. What to Do? <ul><li>Fortunately, emergencies don’t occur that often. But when they do, you may be the “first on the scene”. </li></ul><ul><li>A proper response often boils down </li></ul><ul><li>to: </li></ul><ul><li>YOUR Awareness </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Are you aware of the basic elements of emergency response? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>YOUR Attitude </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Do you recognize that an emergency may occur at any time and that your readiness can make a difference? </li></ul></ul><ul><li>YOUR Actions </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Do you know what and what not to do in emergency situations. If not, this presentation will serve as a helpful reminder. </li></ul></ul>
    23. 24. Common Disasters
    24. 25. PHILANTHROPE <ul><li>A Humanitarian not-for-profit Non government organization registered under section 80 G of Income Tax act. </li></ul><ul><li>Working towards a mission to improve quality of life, reducing the sufferings of the masses by equipping them with knowledge, opportunities and confidence of being self reliant and prepared to tackle any emergencies. </li></ul><ul><li>A team of highly qualified Doctors, Managers and Philanthropist </li></ul><ul><li>Empowering communities, individuals and corporate to work towards their own Safety Management and Disaster Preparedness </li></ul><ul><li>OUR AIM IS TO TRAIN ATLEAST ONE PERSON IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD </li></ul>
    25. 26. THE DRIVING FORCE <ul><ul><li>Dr. Angeli Qwatra is a medical rescue management expert having National and international experience in the field of providing emergency aid measures. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>As chairperson, Philanthrope, she is involved in a mega project aimed at providing training on emergency aid measures to the masses. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>She has been trained in this field both in India from The Red Cross Society and abroad from the Safety First Institute, UK. She has worked with the Royal British Army Field Hospital to get practical experience in rescue management. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>An active member in implementing UNESCO projects on AIDS awareness in association with ACO, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, she was involved in a pioneering initiative relating to vulnerability of children in HIV/AIDS affected families. </li></ul></ul>Contd…
    26. 27. THE DRIVING FORCE <ul><ul><li>Dr. Qwatra is a member of the Medical and Health Services Committee for Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010, an Executive Committee member of Association of British Scholars, life member of Indian Red Cross Society, St. John Ambulance, Indian Science Congress Association, Life ember of Ethnographic and Folk Culture Society-an international body of Anthropologists and a Sociologists </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>With her rich and varied national/ international experience, specially in areas of health care and rescue management, and her association with prestigious UNESCO, UNAIDS and Ministry of Health and Ministry of Social Justice and Welfare Govt. of India projects, she is contributing effectively and meaningfully towards the much needed improvement in the prevalent medical rescue system by equipping people with knowledge for safety management, disaster mitigation, injury prevention and self help in times of medical emergency </li></ul></ul>
    27. 28. Our Visionaries Members of the Governing Council “ To ensure that everyone who needs empowerment in areas of disaster preparedness and management, rescue management, emergency aid measures, first aid awareness, health and safety etc. should be imparted necessary training and skills to prevent their suffering” Shri Romesh Bhandari served in Delhi for several years, reaching the highest post of Foreign Secretary, in the Foreign Service. Also, Governor, Uttar Pradesh. Dr. Bhishma Narain Singh Governor of Assam, Meghalya, Sikim, Arunachal Pradesh and Tamil Nadu; Minister in Bihar; Cabinet Minister of Parlimentary Affairs and Urban Development Shri.Sudarshan Agarwal is Governor of Sikkim & has also served as the Governor of the state of Uttarkhand. He has also served as a member of the National Human Rights Commission. Shri Krishna V Rajan is a former member of the Indian Foreign Service. He has served in senior diplomatic assignments including in the rank of Ambassador in a number of countries including France, USA, UK, Zambia, Algeria and Nepal.
    28. 29. Members of the Governing Council …Contd. Dr. Lalit Mansingh is in the Executive Commitee of institute of Peace & Conflilct Studies defence, foreign policy and security studies think tank in India. Prof Santosh Kumar , Head, Policy, Planning & Cross-cutting Issues at the National Institute of Disaster Management Shri S Laxminarayan , additional secretary in the department of information and technology. Prof. PJ Kurien is MP in Rajya Sabha from Kerela and is working for the protection of environment, upliftment of the poor and the weaker sections of the society.
    29. 30. Our Mission
    30. 31. Our Workshops <ul><li>Almost all Philanthrope workshops & Trainings focus on post accident management and how to save one-self and victim in the best possible manner till medical help is made available. </li></ul><ul><li>How to help victim in Choking, Bleeding, Electrocution, Animal bites, Poisoning, Fits,. </li></ul><ul><li>Emergency aid measures in Road Accidents/stampede </li></ul><ul><li>How to respond during Earthquake, Flood, Domestic Fires, Terrorist attack </li></ul><ul><li>How to help victims by CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) and other medical rescue measures </li></ul><ul><li>Industrial mishap emergency management (industry specific) </li></ul>
    31. 32. Stop being a mere Spectator. Contact Philanthrope, and bring about a difference to Your society.
    32. 33. For further details: Dr. Anjeli Qwatra [email_address] +91-11-26491234 Visit our Website: www.philanthrope.in

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