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“Whether someone travels to unfrequented places or remains within easy medical access, first aid skills can always come handy. This training was very well designed and captured essentials for managing medical emergencies. The instructors explained and demonstrated every process meticulously and I learnt with the same vigour. Many thanks to the organising and the delivering teams.”
— Ayasta Pokharel, Safeguards and Compliance Engineer
RAP3 MHLR has conducted a nationally recognised wilderness first aid training to prepare participants to respond to emergencies in remote areas like Mugu-Humla where access to medical care and communication is unreliable. The first aid training was given by professional trainers from Himalayan Medics. Due to COVID-19, the training was conducted online and the first batch training was attended by 15 project staff including auxiliary staff. They all found the training useful. RAP3 MHLR is now rolling out the training to other staff members in various batches.