Medical Training and Supplies for Myanmar
As people gather in the streets for peaceful protest, the military has been shooting into crowds. The Myanmar Military has snipers that are taking people out on the streets and even on their apartment balconies. As people are shot, in the cities, they can call an ambulance to take them to the hospital but the Myanmar Military has been also firing at ambulances. Therefore, civilians are attempting to provide first aid in the streets. They then are transporting patients to hospitals by carrying them, via bicycle or motorcycle. Hospitals are still functioning well but getting to them is the issue.
Therefore a network of well organized Myanmar civilians is in need of training on basic life support, bandaging wounds, managing bleeding, burns, etc. They also are in need of finances to purchase bandages, turniquettes and other supplies to provide emergency care to victims.
These supplies will reach hundreds of people around the country of Myanmar, in both rural and urban areas.