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Solar to the rescue Powering snakebite treatment centres [YouTube]
Abstract:
[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtrcSq8GwHQ&t=97s [Abstract] - In Nepal, an average of 20,000 cases of snakebite are reported annually, out of which 100 deaths are owing to attacks from venomous species. However, since many snakebite treatment centres across the country depend on unreliable sources of electricity, it is very difficult to run the equipment to preserve the anti-venom. With the support of Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC)/UNDP's Rural Renewable Energy Programme (RERL) and GEF, solar PV systems have been installed in snakebite centres in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari, ensuring timely and effective treatment and saving lives. [Video Quality] - 480p [Video Location] - Itahari, Nepal [Content Rating] - [G] [Duration] - 6:40 [Timeline] 0:44 - Have medicine with Army camp in Itahari 1:30 - Most victims of snakebites are those that go to the jungle to forage 2:10 - community snakebite treatment centre 3:00 - Unreliable sources of electricity hampers the normal operation of the equipment 3:35 - The green solution A Solar PV backup system 4:10 - There's enough electricity to power Refrigerators, Suction machine 5:20 - More then 6,000 patients have benefited from this centre since it's establishment in 2012 5:40 - 25 other snakebite treatment centres #Snakebite #Health #Solar #Treatment #UNDP #Naziya #2018
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Video-Media  in  Nepali - नेपाली
Keywords:
MEDICINE, MEDICAL TREATMENT, PATIENTS, ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC POWER, SOLAR SYSTEM, SOLAR ENERGY, HEALTH SERVICES
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2018)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
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Solar to the rescue Powering snakebite treatment centres [YouTube]
Abstract:
[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtrcSq8GwHQ&t=97s [Abstract] - In Nepal, an average of 20,000 cases of snakebite are reported annually, out of which 100 deaths are owing to attacks from venomous species. However, since many snakebite treatment centres across the country depend on unreliable sources of electricity, it is very difficult to run the equipment to preserve the anti-venom. With the support of Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC)/UNDP's Rural Renewable Energy Programme (RERL) and GEF, solar PV systems have been installed in snakebite centres in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari, ensuring timely and effective treatment and saving lives. [Video Quality] - 480p [Video Location] - Itahari, Nepal [Content Rating] - [G] [Duration] - 6:40 [Timeline] 0:44 - Have medicine with Army camp in Itahari 1:30 - Most victims of snakebites are those that go to the jungle to forage 2:10 - community snakebite treatment centre 3:00 - Unreliable sources of electricity hampers the normal operation of the equipment 3:35 - The green solution A Solar PV backup system 4:10 - There's enough electricity to power Refrigerators, Suction machine 5:20 - More then 6,000 patients have benefited from this centre since it's establishment in 2012 5:40 - 25 other snakebite treatment centres #Snakebite #Health #Solar #Treatment #UNDP #Naziya #2018
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Video-Media  in  English
Keywords:
MEDICINE, MEDICAL TREATMENT, PATIENTS, ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC POWER, SOLAR SYSTEM, SOLAR ENERGY, HEALTH SERVICES
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2018)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
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Feeder: NAZIYA SAMAD, Editor: , Auditor:
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Solar to the rescue Powering snakebite treatment centres [YouTube]
Abstract:
[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtrcSq8GwHQ&t=97s [Abstract] - In Nepal, an average of 20,000 cases of snakebite are reported annually, out of which 100 deaths are owing to attacks from venomous species. However, since many snakebite treatment centres across the country depend on unreliable sources of electricity, it is very difficult to run the equipment to preserve the anti-venom. With the support of Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC)/UNDP's Rural Renewable Energy Programme (RERL) and GEF, solar PV systems have been installed in snakebite centres in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari, ensuring timely and effective treatment and saving lives. [Video Quality] - 480p [Video Location] - Itahari, Nepal [Content Rating] - [G] [Duration] - 6:40 [Timeline] 0:44 - Have medicine with Army camp in Itahari 1:30 - Most victims of snakebites are those that go to the jungle to forage 2:10 - community snakebite treatment centre 3:00 - Unreliable sources of electricity hampers the normal operation of the equipment 3:35 - The green solution A Solar PV backup system 4:10 - There's enough electricity to power Refrigerators, Suction machine 5:20 - More then 6,000 patients have benefited from this centre since it's establishment in 2012 5:40 - 25 other snakebite treatment centres #Snakebite #Health #Solar #Treatment #UNDP #Naziya #2018
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Video-Media  in  English
Keywords:
MEDICINE, MEDICAL TREATMENT, PATIENTS, ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC POWER, SOLAR SYSTEM, SOLAR ENERGY, HEALTH SERVICES
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2018)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
PDF | File Size: 423 KB   Download
Feeder: NAZIYA SAMAD, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Solar to the rescue:Powering snakebite treatment centres [YouTube]
Abstract:
[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtrcSq8GwHQ&t=97s [Abstract] - In Nepal, an average of 20,000 cases of snakebite are reported annually, out of which 100 deaths are owing to attacks from venomous species. However, since many snakebite treatment centres across the country depend on unreliable sources of electricity, it is very difficult to run the equipment to preserve the anti-venom. With the support of Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC)/UNDP's Rural Renewable Energy Programme (RERL) and GEF, solar PV systems have been installed in snakebite centres in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari, ensuring timely and effective treatment and saving lives. [Video Quality] - 480p [Video Location] - Itahari, Nepal [Content Rating] - [G] [Duration] - 6:40 [Timeline] 0:44 - Have medicine with Army camp in Itahari 1:30 - Most victims of snakebites are those that go to the jungle to forage 2:10 - community snakebite treatment centre 3:00 - Unreliable sources of electricity hampers the normal operation of the equipment 3:35 - The green solution A Solar PV backup system 4:10 - There's enough electricity to power Refrigerators, Suction machine 5:20 - More then 6,000 patients have benefited from this centre since it's establishment in 2012 5:40 - 25 other snakebite treatment centres #Snakebite #Health #Solar #Treatment #UNDP #Naziya #2018
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Video-Media  in  English
Keywords:
MEDICINE, MEDICAL TREATMENT, PATIENTS, ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC POWER, SOLAR SYSTEM, SOLAR ENERGY, HEALTH SERVICES
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2018)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
PDF | File Size: 423 KB   Download
Feeder: NAZIYA SAMAD, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Solar to the rescue: Powering snakebite treatment centres [YouTube]
Abstract:
[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtrcSq8GwHQ&t=97s [Abstract] - In Nepal, an average of 20,000 cases of snakebite are reported annually, out of which 100 deaths are owing to attacks from venomous species. However, since many snakebite treatment centres across the country depend on unreliable sources of electricity, it is very difficult to run the equipment to preserve the anti-venom. With the support of Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC)/UNDP's Rural Renewable Energy Programme (RERL) and GEF, solar PV systems have been installed in snakebite centres in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari, ensuring timely and effective treatment and saving lives. [Video Quality] - 480p [Video Location] - Itahari, Nepal [Content Rating] - [G] [Duration] - 6:40 [Timeline] 0:44 - Have medicine with Army camp in Itahari 1:30 - Most victims of snakebites are those that go to the jungle to forage 2:10 - community snakebite treatment centre 3:00 - Unreliable sources of electricity hampers the normal operation of the equipment 3:35 - The green solution A Solar PV backup system 4:10 - There's enough electricity to power Refrigerators, Suction machine 5:20 - More then 6,000 patients have benefited from this centre since it's establishment in 2012 5:40 - 25 other snakebite treatment centres #Snakebite #Health #Solar #Treatment #UNDP #Naziya #2018
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Video-Media  in  English
Keywords:
MEDICINE, MEDICAL TREATMENT, PATIENTS, ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC POWER, SOLAR SYSTEM, SOLAR ENERGY, HEALTH SERVICES
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2018)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
PDF | File Size: 423 KB   Download
Feeder: NAZIYA SAMAD, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Solar to the rescue: Powering snakebite treatment centres [YouTube]
Abstract:
[Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtrcSq8GwHQ&t=97s [Abstract] - In Nepal, an average of 20,000 cases of snakebite are reported annually, out of which 100 deaths are owing to attacks from venomous species. However, since many snakebite treatment centres across the country depend on unreliable sources of electricity, it is very difficult to run the equipment to preserve the anti-venom. With the support of Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC)/UNDP's Rural Renewable Energy Programme (RERL) and GEF, solar PV systems have been installed in snakebite centres in Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari, ensuring timely and effective treatment and saving lives. [Video Quality] - 480p [Video Location] - Itahari, Nepal [Content Rating] - [G] [Duration] - 6:40 [Timeline] 0:44 - Have medicine with Army camp in Itahari 1:30 - Most victims of snakebites are those that go to the jungle to forage 2:10 - community snakebite treatment centre 3:00 - Unreliable sources of electricity hampers the normal operation of the equipment 3:35 - The green solution A Solar PV backup system 4:10 - There's enough electricity to power Refrigerators, Suction machine 5:20 - More then 6,000 patients have benefited from this centre since it's establishment in 2012 5:40 - 25 other snakebite treatment centres #Snakebite #Health #Solar #Treatment #UNDP #Naziya #2018
Publisher: UNDP Type / Script:
Video-Media  in  English
Keywords:
MEDICINE, MEDICAL TREATMENT, PATIENTS, ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC POWER, SOLAR SYSTEM, SOLAR ENERGY, HEALTH SERVICES
Thematic Group:
UNDP, (2018)
Thesaurus:
10.00.0A - Health
PDF | File Size: 423 KB   Download
Feeder: NAZIYA SAMAD, Editor: , Auditor:
...