"The ambulance service is free, and it is led by SRCS volunteers. The goal is saving lives. It's part of the humanitarian work of the SRCS," Nur Abdikarim Ali, first aid focal point at the SRCS Mogadishu branch, said in a statement on Sunday. … [Read more...] about Somalia launches toll-free hotline for emergency medical services
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“The helpline will function as a lifeline to provide advice, counselling and reference in 13 languages to individuals, families, NGOs, parent associations, professional associations, rehabilitation institutes, hospitals or anyone in need of support across the country,” he said. … [Read more...] about Govt launches 24X7 toll free mental rehabilitation helpline KIRAN in 13 languages
Explaining the working of the helpline, Seth said when 1800-599-0019 is dialled from any mobile phone or landline of any telecom network, from any part of India, one gets the option of selecting the language following which they get connected to the helpline centre of native or desired state. … [Read more...] about Govt launches 24X7 toll free mental rehabilitation helpline
The 3-2-1 call service and interactive game called Wanji Game provides audiences, especially youth and the elderly, with life-saving information on how to protect themselves against COVID-19, how to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 as well as how to cope with the aftermath of the pandemic, the statement said. … [Read more...] about Child organization in Cambodia launches toll-free call service, interactive game to help prevent COVID-19 spread
Do you easily agree to sharing your cell number while shopping? If you do… why, why why? Look, I’m not referring to situations where you give out your number to identify yourself as a member of their lucky-you-are-alive-and-can-afford-to-shop-with-us club or something. I mean at those stores where you are buying just a roll of toilet paper and paying cash for it. Wahan bhi mobile number maangte hain aaj kal. And it’s not long before your phone is flooded with advertisement SMSs where you are offered everything from a 3BHK flat on the highway to pills that’ll enlarge flat b***s in flat seven days. Nahi chahiye yaar. I signed up three years back for something called a ‘Do not Disturb’ registry started by the government. Aaj tak neither have they understood the meaning of the phrase, nor has the polite girl who tries to sell me an insurance policy every Wednesday religiously for the past two years. When I discussed this with a friend who specialises in … [Read more...] about A Calmer You, by Sonal Kalra: Want my mobile number? No way!