Things that touched my heart. – Jaya Thapa...


20th  April we went to mid-west and far-west region of Nepal due to humble request of Pastor. Bijaya BK for new training and refresher training. It was very fruitful to RNN. Specially one thing touched my heart and I felt that God has blessed my work.

After that, we went to Kusumdanda, Baniyabhar VDC, Bardiya district for new training session. This place is near Babai River and this river posses distinguish water creature like, Ghadiyal crocodile, gangatic dolphin. Kusumdanda is 7 km far from Mahendra higway and across the thick jungle of Bardiya National Park. Sometimes tigers and wild elephants can be seen in this jungle. Bardiya National park is famous for tigers and wild elephants. 10\15 years ago, there was a very bad tradition in Kusumdanda and neighboring village and that is newly married bride had to spend one night at the landlords (Jamindars) home. There is less number of literate people and those are mainly the men. Only few people has seen cities read and write. We were in deep thought of how to give them training because we even couldn’t understand their language. But when the training started we saw the their willingness to learn and after seeing this we were so eager to give them training. After two days training we saw a man with wound caused by fire. He was taken to hospital but still there was a small ulcer remained and he couldn’t do any works because of the raw wound. His wife has also participated in our training. After the training, his wife took us to their home to show his raw wound. We told her you have alread

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Tabita Bandaging her husband's leg.

Tabita Bangaging her husband’s leg.[/caption]y got this first aid training and there is first aid box and now you can do is dressing by your own. We also told her to do his dressing in front of us. She did it very proficiently. We told her to do dressing everyday if the wound did not heal but we suggested her to take him to the nearby hospital. Someday ago we had a call from the Pastor from same village and he told that the man with raw wound was now healed and started going to his farm and his wife is doing dressing of other people and she is giving electrolyte(jeevan jal) and cetamol(fever and mild pain) to the needy ones. The man is very happy because of Rescue Network Nepal made his wife as a village nurse. He is proud of his wife's work. This thing touched my heart. Praise The Lord for making this thing possible.

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  • In that refresher program, Sajan Neupane told us about the activities he did after getting the training interestingly. He told us that when his sister-in-law got choked while having her food, he helped her to take that bone out by the technique taught by the training from Rescue Network Nepal. He told that he was quiet benefitted with this training and if he was not there on time, he would have probably lost her. He had also learnt how to lift a heavy person in the training and in the same way; he lifted a heavy person and aided him. He had done many dressings and also made good utilization of all first aid tools given by Rescue Network Nepal and helped many people.


    sajan neupane
    volunteer


  • One of the participants named Sara Shrestha had also taken the training and she had come for refresher program. Although she was less educated, she was happy to get the training. She learnt how to help people when they are faint. She liked women's health and nutrition classes most in our training. Moreover, she wants to learn more of it and help women in her village and church.


    sara shrestha
    Volunteer


  • She was also participating in our refresher program. From the very beginning, she wanted to participate in helping people in need. Indeed, she had helped people in different accidents by lifting them up from the place of accident. However, after getting this first aid training, she had helped more than 150 people by doing dressing to their wounds. Due to lack of medicine, she was unable to provide better services and she wished to get support from Rescue Network Nepal.

     


    Durga Biswakarma Koirala
    volunteer