During any disaster or any calamity, you need proper food and water supply as well as medical supply. The medical supply should be hygienic and kits should be standard. Without graded kits, you cannot ensure the safety of the population.
This is the main reason, DOH (Department of Health) has involved in the relief efforts so vigorously. In the affected areas such as flood, super typhoon, drought proper hygienic medical supply is a necessity.
One instance there are always found in Africa inadequate medical supply bring death to thousands of people. Because of inhospitable and remote terrain, medical teams failed to send out the supplies in time.
Washington’s top team redskins take pride to join Daniel Snyder with his private jet to give the quality medical supplies to the affected people.
The team also grouped a team to go to the Bahamas to help the hurricane affected people there.
There are other phenomena recently discovered drones being used to deliver medical supplies in remote areas. UPS Company teamed up with two robotic company to deliver medical supplies. In western Rwanda, they first use this as the pilot project. Rwanda is a land of the mountain where transport overland is very difficult. Use of drones will be use later this year with full force.
As latest news emerge that African organisation using 3d printing technology to change the way we use plastics. In a research, they found that over 400 tonnes of plastic wastage every day. So, they introduced an innovative way to use these plastics. These can be used locally to create vital tools. 3D printing is being used to prevent disease spread across.
We know that medical supplies is a part and parcel of our life these days and without proper medical supply equipment we cannot maintain our healthy life.
People should always look after standardising materials otherwise, this might be fatal if you compromise with these.