Wishing you all a peaceful and healthy year. Thank you always for your support. We are currently dispatching nurses to the Waiting Station for Covid patients in Osaka.
Following summer, HuMA started to dispatch our medical members again to the ‘waiting station’ for COVID patients in Osaka in December 2022.
The HuMA team is participating in a disaster drill hosted by Peace Winds Japan (PWJ). We will support disaster victims in cooperation with many other attending organizations in a scenario under the assumption that a huge earthquake and tsunami has caused extensive damage in a wide area.
Following the nurses, we dispatched a logistics person to the ‘waiting station’ for COVID patients in Osaka. The number of people being brought in is gradually decreasing, but there are still cases where hospitals are not immediately available.
HuMA nurses were dispatched to the ‘waiting station’ for COVID patients in Osaka.
This was the first online training using Zoom, and it was a meaningful training session with more than 20 participants from all over Japan and overseas. Participants learned through classroom lectures and group work what they need to know when working in disaster-affected areas as a member of HuMA. Here are some of the participants’ […]
– End of Drill – The multi-organization joint training was successfully completed. We had a total of about 60 simulated patients, including some in critical condition, and we handled them. Each person has his/her own family and life, and no one life can be taken lightly. In order to protect precious lives, it is necessary […]
For dinner, we had curry from the soup kitchen. The warm meal was a welcome relief from the tension of the training. We never know when a disaster will strike, and that is why we want to participate in such drills and prepare ourselves little by little.
The HuMA team is participating in a disaster drill hosted by Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) again this year. We will support disaster victims in cooperation with many other attending organizations in a scenario where communication is cut off and power goes out due to a large-scale disaster. Last year, we were a bit overwhelmed by […]
We will continue to support the facility staff so that they can get some rest.